Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

Budhi: A Journal of Ideas and Culture is devoted to the practice of philosophy in its interdisciplinary engagements with art, culture, history, religion, technology, and the social sciences. It seeks to provide an arena for exchanges between mainstream traditions and work from the geopolitical margins, particularly from the local history and culture of the Philippines. Budhi therefore crosses geographical borders as well as intellectual boundaries within philosophy and within the humanities and the social sciences.

Budhi would be of interest to readers working in philosophy, cultural studies, critical theory, postmodernity, aesthetics, applied ethics, gender studies, migration studies, society and technology, the intersection of ethics and the social sciences, and public policy.

 

Section Policies

ARTICLES

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DISCUSSION

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BOOK REVIEWS

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SPECIAL SECTION TWO BY TWO: DIALOGUES

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EVOCATIONS

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WELCOME ADDRESS

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Archiving

This journal utilizes the LOCKSS system to create a distributed archiving system among participating libraries and permits those libraries to create permanent archives of the journal for purposes of preservation and restoration. More...

 

Ethics Statement

The publishers, editors, reviewers, and authors of the Ateneo de Manila University journals are committed to upholding high standards of quality and academic integrity.

To this end:

We exert our best effort in checking submissions using available tools;

Main articles are subjected to double blind peer review;

Editors continue to build a wide base of peer reviewers and endeavor to give authors feedback/result of peer review in a timely manner;

Interview transcripts are given to interviewees prior to publication to allow for corrections;

Authorship credits are based on substantial contributions to the manuscript which include: planning, conducting and concluding the research; drafting and revising majority of the article; and finalizing the version to be published;

To discourage/avoid plagiarism, authors are required, upon acceptance of their article, to sign the Consent to Publish and Transfer of copyright form, in which the author attests that he or she is the author of the article about to be published by the journal;

In case of publication fraud, discovered either prior to or after publication, the editors are committed to confronting the author with/informing the author of the discovery, reporting the fraud to the institution to which the author is affiliated, and informing the wronged party (following the Committee on Publication Ethics or COPE decision tree).  Should the plagiarism/fraud be discovered after publication, the journal shall publish a retraction;

All relevant cases shall be handled according to the University Code of Ethics in Research and the Code of Academic Integrity of the Loyola Schools; and

Changes in editorial policies or structure are agreed upon by the board and communicated accordingly to all stakeholders.