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International Journal of Philosophy and Law | ISSN 1694-4526

The International Journal of Philosophy and Law (IJPL) ISSN 1694-4526 is a peer-reviewed journal that provides as a platform for the publication of work in law and philosophy that is of general interest to those working in the fields. In both disciplines, the journal publishes studies that use a variety of methodologies. It also publishes work from all main legal systems, including the socialist tradition, civil and common law.

OPEN ACCESS JOURNAL

All publications are completely is Open Access. Readers have free Access to Published Articles

ZERO-PLAGIARISM

Plagiarism is Intellectual Property Theft and our Policies are Strongly against such practices

PEER-REVIEW

IJPL is a Peer-Reviewed Journal. At reception, all manuscripts pass through a blind peer-review

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Published Articles is very visible on search engines. Each article meets optimum SEO rules

Open Access Statement

This journal, and the others Hosted on Airjournal.org, are published Open Access under a CC-BY 4.0 license which allows readers to reuse the content without restriction. Open Access allows for unrestricted sharing of scholarly information and helps to promote knowledge throughout the world.  The Journal sees Open Access as an equitable means of ensuring that scholarly research, usually funded by public institutions, is made available to all. Open Access publications are more likely to be discovered, read, cited, and used for future research than those published in closed journals, and we believe it is in the best interests of authors and their parent institutions, as well as the journals themselves, to make all our content freely available and reusable.

All Journals are published open access under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license, this permits readers to share the contents of this journal without restriction. Open Access enables free sharing of intellectual content and aids in the spread of knowledge globally.

Open Access is a fair way to ensure that academic research, which is generally sponsored by public institutions, is accessible to everyone. Open Access articles are more likely to be discovered, read, referenced, and utilized for future research than closed journals, and we feel it is in the best interests of authors, their parent institutions, and the journals themselves to make all of our content reusable and accessible

Authorship Criteria

  1. Credit for authorship should be given based on a significant contribution to the success of the study. Authorship is not justified by participation in the sole purpose of getting funds, data collection and general supervision of the research group. Every participant or contributor should have actively participated in the project to accept public accountability for appropriate sections of the content. The order in which the contributors are named should show their individual contribution to the research and production of the manuscript. Without the explicit agreement of all contributors, the order of the text cannot be altered after it is submitted.
  2. A review article may only be written by individuals who have produced significant work in a given subject. The manuscript should be accompanied by a brief description of the contributor(s)' work in the field of review.
  3. Each author must fill out an Authorship Form and submit it.
  4. All submitted papers will be critically evaluated for essential intellectual content before being published in their final approved form.

Anti-Plagiarism Policy

Plagiarism is defined as the unlawful copying, theft, publishing and the representation of another author's language, expressions and ideas as one's own original work. Such unethical copying is highly condemned by the journal.

Plagiarism: what does it mean?

  1. Using someone else's thoughts or ideas without citing them
  2. Submitting someone else's work as your own
  3. Adding your name to someone else's paper
  4. Changing words but duplicating a source's phrase structure without providing credit
  5. Giving false information regarding a quotation's source
  6. Failure to use quotation marks around a quote
  7. Attention! Plagiarism cannot be avoided by simply changing the wording of an original source. You have plagiarized if you have kept the basic concept of an original source and have not credited it, no matter how dramatically you have changed its context or presentation. The majority of incidents of plagiarism, however, may be prevented simply crediting sources. Plagiarism is typically avoided by simply stating that specific content has been taken and giving your readers with the information they need to locate the source.

Declaration of Non-Plagiarism

By submitting an article to the Journal for publication. The writers (all of the article's authors) confirm that:

  1. Plagiarism is the exploitation of another person's idea or published work and pretending that it is one's own. Authors are well aware that plagiarism is unlawful and unethical.
  2. Authors certify that each contribution to their paper or project has been recognized, and they reference all information from other people's works.
  3. The author(s) affirm that they/you are entirely responsible for the article's text and work, as well as any missing references.

Peer Review Policy

All research papers, as well as the majority of other types of publications, published in this Journal are subjected to rigorous peer review. Two independent peer reviewers are generally involved in this process. An Editor evaluates all entries to this Journal and determines whether they are acceptable for peer review. When an Editor is listed as an author or has a conflicting interest in a submission, another member of the Editorial Board will be appointed to handle peer review. Submissions that are deemed acceptable for consideration will be forwarded to competent independent experts for peer assessment. Editors will make a choice based on the reviewers' reports, which will be given to authors together with their manuscript's editorial decision. Authors should be aware that even if one reviewer's assessment is good, another reviewer's objections may fundamentally undermine the study and lead to the article being rejected.

Peer Reviewers

it is at the author's discretion to recommend possible reviewers; nevertheless, the Editor has the final say on whether or not to consider these reviewers. Authors should avoid recommending colleagues from the same institution or recent collaborators. Authors who wish to recommend peer reviewers should indicate so in the cover letter, and also include institutional email addresses or other information that will assist the Editor in verifying the reviewer's identity, where necessary.

Authors can request that persons be removed as peer reviewers, but they must explain why in their cover letter during submission. Authors should not omit too many people from peer review since this will impede the process. Please keep in mind that the Editor may decide to invite peer reviewers who have previously been excluded. Falsifying information on purpose, such as recommending reviewers with a fake name or email address, will result in the article being rejected and may lead to additional inquiry under our misconduct policy.

Copyright Policy

Published Articles are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial 4.0 International License, which allows for commercial and non-commercial copying of an open access publication provided that the original writer and source are correctly credited.

The International Journal of Philosophy and Law (IJPL) ISSN 1694-4526 is a peer-reviewed journal that provides as a platform for the publication of work in law and philosophy that is of general interest to those working in the fields. In both disciplines, the journal publishes studies that use a variety of methodologies. It also publishes work from all main legal systems, including the socialist tradition, civil and common law.

The IJPL invites submissions of papers that include a philosophical perspective on the law as well as a good understanding of the law. Furthermore, the International Journal of Philosophy and Law promotes legal analysis based on strong philosophical concepts and procedures. The journal publishes papers that include legal analysis informed by philosophical principles and methods, work from all main legal traditions, philosophical reflection on the law informed by legal knowledge, and acts as a platform for the publication of work in philosophy and law.

The IJPL aid publishers to reach out to new audience and store their contents for future reference, and provide independent researchers with free and low-cost access to a wide range of research materials and readership.

Chief Editor
Dr. Mary Israel

Chris Osigwe Okhamera
Research Fellow
Department of Information Systems, Dublin Business School, Dublin, Ireland

An Appraisal of Audi Alterem Partem Principle in an Economically Depressed Country: Nigeria in Focus International Journal of Philosophy and Law 1-12Full PDF

THE ROLE OF CHURCHES IN CURBING THE MENACE OF SUICIDE IN THE SOCIETY International Journal of Philosophy and Law 1-5Full PDF

THE PLACE OF BRIDE PRICE “IME EGO N’ISI NWANYI” AS THE CRUX OF A VALID CUSTOMARY MARRIAGE CONTRACT IN ENUGU NORTH SENATORIAL ZONE OF ENUGU STATE UNDER CUSTOMARY LAW PRACTICES International Journal of Philosophy and Law 15-29Full PDF

If You Care About a Rule, Why Weaken Its Enforcement Dimension? On a Tension in the War Convention International Journal of Philosophy and Law pp. 1-15FULL PDF

Kinship, Justice, and Inheritance: The Case of ‘Rest’ in Ethiopia International Journal of Philosophy and Law pp. 1-15FULL PDF

Monroe International Journal of Philosophy and LawInternational Journal of Philosophy and Law pp. 16-25FULL PDF

Proportionality in the Liability to Compensate International Journal of Philosophy and Law pp. 1-20FULL PDF

Rights and Rules: Revisionism, Contractarianism, and the Laws of War International Journal of Philosophy and Law pp. 1-20FULL PDF

On Normative Redundancies and Conflicts: A Material Approach International Journal of Philosophy and Law pp. 21-35FULL PDF

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PLAGIARISM POLICY
Plagiarism is an Academic Theft. Authors should carefully test their works to make sure it passes a general plagiarism test of at least 75% originality of which the 25% plagiarized content should be quoted statements or References. More so, no part (phrase, paragraph, page) of the submitted manuscript should be source weblinks without proper citation. This will also be considered as plagiarism. Such manuscript will be decided upon by our reviewers whether to reject absolutely or not.
REVIEW POLICY
Submitted manuscripts will be reviewed and decided upon within 5 working days of submission. Each manuscript will be reviewed by at least 2 (two) reviewers and decisions sent via email to the corresponding Author.

The International Journal of Philosophy and Law (IJPL)

The International Journal of Philosophy and Law (IJPL) ISSN 1694-4526