Call-For-Abstracts / Papers 2017
Entanglements with Abrahamic divinity
The submission deadline is December 1st, 2017.
We are inviting contributions of articles on the subject matter of entanglements with Abrahamic divinity between 6, 000 – 9, 000 words in length (inclusive of footnotes, equations and appendices; exclusive of tables and figures) now for our next annual publication in 2017. Email your papers to email@example.com now for peer review. Please adhere to the Harvard Referencing System.
In Abrahamic religions, Moses is a prophet who was adopted by an Egyptian royal princess, thus is important in Christianity, Islam, Judaism and Rastafarianism. Your primary source of information about the third council of Carthage in North Africa, held in A.D. 397, can be found in an ancient document known as the Codex Canonum Ecclesiæ Africanæ. The oldest existing University in the world is Karueein (founded in A.D. 859 AD in Fez, Morocco) not Al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt – thus cite the very rare theological manuscripts archived there also. Analyse this with the much later Holy work of the Archdeacon of Brecon, Gerald of Wales, who studied and taught Abrahamism with monks at Oxford University in 1188.
You are also invited to include your analysis of the Cambridge Juvencus book, which contains a tenth-century copy of the fourth-century poet Juvencus’s Euangeliorum libri IV, a retelling of the Gospel narrative in Virgilian hexameters. In addition to this Holy text, the outermost pages of the manuscript contain extracts from other Latin works, as well as pieces of Old Welsh poetry, all contributed by later ninth and tenth-century Insular scribes. The interlinear glosses in Latin, Old Welsh verse and Old Irish marginalia may have been produced in south-east Wales if you notice an error in a gloss made by the scribe.
This ethical texture is consistent theologically with Cambridge where Henry VI founded King’s in 1441; Henry VIII founded Trinity in 1546 and the clergyman William Beamont (after graduating from Trinity) founded Anglia Ruskin in 1858. Emperor Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia also encouraged the Abrahamic promise of Zion as part of the Rastafari movement on the Mediterranean Sea.
- Primary sources included are:
Codex Canonum Ecclesiæ Africanæ
Macray, William D. Catelogi codicum manuscriptorum Bibliothecae Bodleinae partis quintae fasciculus secundus, viri munifecentissimi Ricardi Rawlinson, J.C.D., codicum classem tertiam, in qua libri theologici atque miscellanei, complectens; accedit in uniuscujusque classis codicum contenta index locupletissimus Bodleian Library, Oxford University, 1878. (Includes Index for MSS. Rawl. A-C).
Crockett, C. Derrida after the End of Writing: Political Theology and New Materialism (2017) Fordham University Press.
Philips, Ian. (ed) The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Temporal Experience (2017) Routledge.
Call-For-Abstracts / Papers 2016
The submission deadline is December 1st, 2016.
We are inviting contributions of articles between 6, 000 – 9, 000 words in length (inclusive of footnotes, equations and appendices; exclusive of tables and figures) for our next annual publication in 2016. Email your papers and monograph chapter proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org now for anonymous peer review and manuscript tracking. Please adhere to the Harvard Referencing System.
Abstract thematic guideline.
- Primary Sources:
The topic for 2016 is a synthesis of both ‘analytic’ and ‘continental’ philosophy as technically Gottlob Frege and Rudolph Carnap where originally from mainland Europe. Thus analyse in your citations the philosophy of counterfactuals, contingent facts and science through the pragmatism of Alexius Meinong, as well as, the semiotics of Julia Kristeva to help increase international collaboration.
- Secondary Sources:
Arfuch, Leonor & Catanzaro, Gisela. (2008) Pretérito Imperfecto. Lecturas críticas del acontecer Prometeo Libros.
Jacquette, Dale. (2015) Alexius Meinong: The Shepherd of Non-Being Springer.
Kristeva, Julia & Sollers, Phillippe (2015) Du Mariage Considéré Comme un des Beaux-arts Librairie Arthème Fayard.
Rumfitt, Ian. (2015) The Boundary Stones of Thought: An Essay in the Philosophy of Logic Oxford University Press.
Call-For-Abstracts / Papers 2015
Submission Deadline: December 1st, 2015.
Editor-in-Chief, Jason Wakefield at the Bodleian Library, University of Oxford.
To help the morale of young researchers and also to help the applications of Professors to apply for funding, grants, promotion and tenure we are inviting contributions of articles or book chapters between 6, 000 – 9, 000 words in length (inclusive of footnotes, equations and appendices; exclusive of tables and figures) now for our 2015 annual publication. Email your papers to email@example.com now for anonymous, blind peer review. Please adhere to the Harvard Referencing System. There are no charges (including VAT) for article processing during 2015. Our editorial board has the experience to evaluate fairly the context of your chapter submission.
Abstract thematic guideline.
- Primary Sources:
The topic for 2015 will analyse the philosophy of Sir Isaac Newton through the feminism of Marquise Émilie du Châtelet and/or ancient Chinese tradition of Taosim, such as that of Lao-Tzu and Zhuang Zu.
- Secondary Sources:
Cogliandro, Giovanni. (2011) Organismo e determinazione: il corpo nella dottrina dellascienza di Fichte Ethics & Politics XIII. Pages 80-110.
DeVries, Willem. (2005) Wilfred Sellars Routledge. Page 308.
Elman, Benjamin. (2006) A Cultural History of Modern Science in China Harvard University Press. Page 89.
The Paradox of Nietzschean Atheism
Submission Deadline: May 1st, 2014.
We are inviting contributions of articles on the subject matter of the paradox of Nietzschean atheism between 6, 000 – 9, 000 words in length (inclusive of footnotes, equations and appendices; exclusive of tables and figures) now for our next annual publication in 2014. Email your papers to firstname.lastname@example.org now for blind peer review. Please adhere to the Harvard Referencing System.
Abstract thematic guideline.
- Primary Sources:
”Gods, too, decompose. God is dead […] What festivals of atonement, what sacred games shall we have to invent? Is not the greatness of this deed to great for us? Must we ourselves not become gods simply to appear worthy of it?” (Friedrich Nietzsche Die Fröhliche Wissenschaft 1882)
”Behold the faithful of all faiths! Whom do they hate the most? Him who smashes their table of values, the breaker, the law-breaker – but he is the creator. The creator seeks fellow-creators, those who inscribe new values on new tables.”(Friedrich Nietzsche Also Sprach Zarathustra: Ein Buch für Alle und Keinen 1883)
”I know of of no higher symbolism than this Greek symbolism, the symbolism of the Dionysia. It is the most profound instinct of life, the instinct for the future of life, for the eternity of life, is felt in a religious way – the very path to life, procreation, is felt to be the holy path.’ (Friedrich Nietzsche Götzen-Dämmerung, oder, Wie man mit dem Hammer philosophiert 1889)
- Secondary sources:
”Nietzsche sought to secularize piety, not exterminate it. […] Atheism, as a product of sceptical integrity, is effectively a moral, spiritual, indeed even religious position […] He well deserves the oxymoronic epithet of the most religious of atheists.” (Leslie Paul Thiele Friedrich Nietzsche and the Politics of the Soul: A Study of Heroic Individualism. Princeton University Press. 1990:143-4
”Nietzsche’s philosophy is in a sense about the founding of a new sort of religion; at least, he invents a new and very exclusive conception of salvation, which is disguised as anti-religion. Indeed, though it has become largely invisible to the modern reader, Nietzsche is clearly a religious thinker […] the fight Nietzsche is conducting is not, as as it were, anti-religion Vs religion, or atheism Vs Christianity” (Giles Fraser Redeeming Nietzsche: On the Piety of Unbelief Routledge. 2002: 145)
The paradox of Nietzschean atheism was first coined by Jason Wakefield (Editor-in-Chief, Avello Publishing Journal) and its theological significance has been argued between Magdalene College, Cambridge University’s Rowan Williams and New College, Oxford University’s Richard Dawkins at several public debates since. Giles Fraser is a former chaplain, in addition to, lecturer in philosophy at Wadham College, Oxford University – however is now currently the parish priest at St. Mary’s, South London and writer of columns in The Guardian newspaper about philosophers such as Ludwig Wittgenstein.
Leslie Paul Thiele teaches political theory and the natural sciences at the University of Florida. Thiele’s Friedrich Nietzsche and the Politics of the Soul: A Study of Heroic Individualism was published by Princeton University Press, where Cornel West taught African American Studies before leaving Princeton in 2011 to become Professor of Philosophy and Christian Practice at the Union Theological Seminary in New York City. Clayton Crockett and Jeff Robbin’s where invited to the Union Theological Seminary to speak alongside Mark Taylor by Cornel West on Monday 11th February 2013 about their co-authored book Religion, Politics, and the Earth: The New Materialism Palgrave: 2012. Other texts that authors submitting articles for peer review may want to cite in their references published by Princeton University Press include Krzysztof Michalski’s The Flame of Eternity: An Interpretation of Nietzsche’s Thought 2012 and/or Martha C. Nussbaum’s The Therapy of Desire: Theory and Practice in Hellenistic Ethics 1994.
Principia Mathematica Issue 1, Volume 3 (2013) out now !
Open Access. Hard-back copies available: print on demand.
After the global success of issue one of volume two; we are proud to announce the publication of issue one of volume three of the Avello Publishing Journal on the topic of understanding Newton’s Principia Mathematica through the useful werkzeuge (tools) of sprachspiele (language games) to help us decipher the rare notebooks and hand – written correspondence of Newton via Wittgenstein working in English, German and Latin.
Primary sources included are:
- Isaac Newton Philosopiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica (3rd Edition). Wren Library, Trinity College, Cambridge University Classmark: C. 17. 4.
- Isaac Newton Philosopiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica Wren Library, Trinity College, Cambridge University Classmark: NQ. 17. 34.
- Isaac Newton Philosopiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica Wren Library, Trinity College, Cambridge University Classmark: NQ. 16. 200. (This is another of Newton’s personal copies of the first edition with extensive and substantial hand – written corrections, annotations and inclusions. Another unique treasure).
- Ludwig Wittgenstein Pocket Notebook XVI. (19.11.37). Wren Library, Trinity College, Cambridge University.
- Ludwig Wittgenstein Pocket Notebook 1949 (161 pp). Wren Library, Trinity College, Cambridge University.
- Ludwig Wittgenstein Letter to Norman Malcolm 1949. Wren Library, Trinity College, Cambridge University.
We are inviting contributions of articles between 6, 000 – 9, 000 words in length for our next annual publication in 2013. Email your papers, monograph proposals and book series proposals to email@example.com now for peer review. Please adhere to the Harvard Referencing System. The deadline is May 1st 2013.