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Idealistic Studies

Idealistic Studies  
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
Ideal. Stud.
Discipline Philosophy
Language English
Edited by Gary E. Overvold
Publication details
Publisher
Publication history
1971–present
Frequency Triannually
Indexing
ISSN 0046-8541 (print)
2153-8239 (web)
LCCN 73-643035
OCLC no. 1786353
Links
  • Journal homepage
  • Online access

Idealistic Studies is a peer-reviewed academic journal for the publication of studies of idealistic themes. Both historical and contemporary statements of idealistic argumentation are published, as are also historico-philosophical studies of idealism. The journal was established in 1972 by Robert N. Beck with the assistance of the Clark University philosophy department. While it initially focused on American personalism and post-Kantian idealism, the journal's mission has broadened to include other topics, including historically earlier expressions as well as developments of the late 19th to mid-20th century. The journal has become a venue for a number of philosophical movements that share Idealism in their genealogies, including phenomenology, neo-Kantianism, historicism, hermeneutics, life philosophy, existentialism, and pragmatism. The journal is published by the Philosophy Documentation Center and the current editor-in-chief is Gary E. Overvold.

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