National Law University Delhi’s Philosophy Club is inviting submissions by way of a Call for Blogs on any issue relating to legal philosophy, political theory, ethics, metaphysics, or any other issue.
About Philosophy Club
The Philosophy Club, NLU Delhi started out as an informal space to discuss interesting questions and issues relating to philosophy. Upon realizing the value (and indeed, necessity) for law students to develop critical thought and meaningfully engage in discourse, the founders embarked upon a mission to create an institutionalized club for the promotion of philosophy and various philosophical activities.
In pursuing this mission, they have conducted various discussions on a host of fundamental philosophical texts and ideas, hosted lecture series by leading academics, disseminated easily accessible learning resources and notes, and much more. They also publish an Annual Newsletter, which contains a report of our activities and the best articles they received for submission on the Blog.
The aim is to create a platform for students – and anyone else who may be interested – to share their thoughts on any issues relating to philosophy. The word ‘philosophy’ literally means “a love for wisdom”, and that is what they aim to cultivate, or at least take a part in cultivating, across the law schools of our country.
Call for Blogs
National Law University Delhi’s Philosophy Club is inviting submissions for its online blog on a rolling basis. Selected submissions shall be published on the online blog and also considered for publication in the 2nd edition of the NLU Delhi Philosophy Club’s Newsletter.
The blog may be on any issue relating to legal philosophy, political theory, ethics, metaphysics, or any other issue that may fall within the purview of the blog.
Submissions are open to everyone regardless of institutional affiliation or educational qualification. Pieces shall be selected based on merit.
Kindly adhere to the guidelines below:
- Font: Times New Roman
- Size: 12
- Line Spacing: 1.5
- Alignment: Justified
- Word Limit: There is no hard word limit. However, the authors are requested to keep their articles between 800 to 2000 words. Any submissions longer than that shall preferably be submitted as two or more separate pieces.
- Citation Style: APA 7 (Click here for the citation guidelines)
How to Submit?
- Kindly email your submissions in .doc/.docx format only to email@example.com with the subject line “Blog submission”.
- Additionally, please include a few lines about yourself in the body of the email.
- Publication may be subject to a round of editing and comments by our Board of Editors.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries.