Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology
The Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology is intended to provide scholars in the southern hemisphere with an avenue through which they can express their scholarship. The Journal also serves as a networking opportunity for scholars in the region as they undertake their research. Similar avenues exist in the Northern Hemisphere (Europe and North America). The IPJP is intended primarily as a forum for Southern African, Indian, Australian, Asian, New Zealand and Pacific Island scholars to discuss a broad range of phenomenological issues. However, contributions from Northern Hemisphere phenomenological scholars will also be considered. The underlying assumption of the Journal is that phenomenology provides researchers with a unique research philosophy which allows them to explore issues central to the question of being human. It enables the richness of human experience to be explicated. We particularly seek to support and encourage those scholars who feel the need for a further dimension in their research which enables them to explore topics whose import lies beyond the reach of measurement and calibration, and in areas such as human meaning, experiences, values, and truthfulness. We envisage the Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology as providing established scholars and students with an avenue for publishing written material and undertaking new exploratory research in areas such as social relationships, bodily experience, emotional sentiment, mental states, and the contemporary contexts in which these take place.
|Publisher||Phenomenology Research Group|
|Coverage||Vol 1 Issue 1 Apr 2001 - current|