Tattva - Journal of Philosophy aims to facilitate critical study, in-depth reflection and analysis of issues, problems and concerns of human life, in order to further the directions and transformations human society needs to evolve into. Tattva publishes original articles in all areas of analytic and continental philosophy that are of general interest to academic philosophers, especially on societal and existential themes. Tattva - Journal of Philosophy includes philosophical reflections from Western and non-Western traditions with a specific focus on South and South-East Asia. From 2009 onwards, Tattva has striven to bring forth philosophical scholarship that aims to critically engage with contemporary issues from a philosophical point of view. Each issue includes a focal theme which is presented from different cultural and/or philosophical perspectives, and critically debates issues of concern connected to the theme. Tattva, in addition to publishing original articles, publishes book reviews that critically engage with recent publications as well.
The Mission of Tattva Journal of Philosophy (TJP) is to publish high-quality original articles that make a significant contribution to the research areas.
This journal is an efficient enterprise where the editors play a central role in soliciting the best research papers, and where editorial decisions are reached in a timely fashion. TJP does not have a length restriction and encourages the submission of longer articles in which more complex and detailed analysis is required.
The purpose of the journal is coverage of different aspects of Philosophy. We publish original research from all areas of Philosophy. The journal publishes articles, which are focused on existing and new methods, techniques and approaches in the field of Philosophy. Each issue has a theme, though fundamental research contributions in the said domain remain welcome.