Table of Contents
Below is a list of all published and accepted publications for the journal. We are currently accepting publications for our August 2017 issue. The journal publishes original articles, general surveys, commentaries on specialized subjects, and book reviews. Prospective contributors can find the submission necessary information on the Submit page. The Library and Archives Canada archives all published IJPT material under the ISSN number 2371-3321.
Volume 1 | Issue 2 | August 2017 (e-published)
(1) Babajide I. Ajisafe, "'All The Things [We] Could [Se]e by Now [Concerning Violence & Boko Haram], If Sigmund Freud's Wife was Your Mother': Psychoanalysis, Race, & International Political Theory."
(2) Laura Henderson, "Speaking Crisis in the Eurozone Debt Crisis: Exploring the Potential and Limits of Transformational Agonistic Conflict."
(3) Roberto Mancilla, "A Theory of Judicial Constitutional Design."
(4) M.R. Islam, Ali O. Islam, G.M. Zatzman, Barry Grossman, "A Theory of Humanity: Part 2—Conditions for True Universalism."
Volume 1 | Issue 1 | August 2016 (e-Published)
Jaan S. Islam, "Editorial: The Journal and Its Impact."
(1) Barry Grossman, "A Long and Broken History of Western “Universalism”- Cosmopolitanism."
(2) Ali Hassan Mughal et. al., "A Communitarian Alternative Solution to the Pension Crisis."
(3) Featured Article: Gary M. Zatzman et. al, "A theory of Humanity- Part 1—Methodology and the ‘Ideal life.’"
(4) Jaan S. Islam, "Contrasting Political Theory in the East and West- Ibn Khaldun versus Hobbes and Locke."
(5) Saad Dabbous, "An Analysis of the Historical Application of Jihad and Implications on the Clash of Civilizations."
G.V. Chillingar, "Book Review: Reconstituting the Curriculum."
Saad Dabbous, "Book Review: True Islam, Jihad and Terrorism: The Science of Islamic Foreign Policy."
The International Journal of Political Theory is a Canadian-originated open access journal looking to expand the scope of political theory, discover, and comment on current discourse in the fields of political science, international law, philosophy, sociology, and economics. The scope of the journal tackles the key problems the new world faces, and offers a unique perspective; global political phenomena through the lens of how all of the recurring observations fit into theoretical constructions, and what implications they have on moral, economic, societal, and physical terms. It welcomes unorthodox and provocative new arguments. The team is especially inclined towards the introduction of new theoretical compositions and observations; groundbreaking arguments combining the several fields the journal overviews.
The nature of the journal is multi-disciplinary; in fact, multi-disciplinary studies are highly encouraged, and the journal hopes to—as opposed to mainstream journals in political theory—fix the major methodological and cognitive ills of the field that are diagnosable through experience and study in multiple disciplines. As the reader is well aware of, economics, politics, law, and all other fields of social study overlap each other, especially in the globalized world we face today. Political theories are rarely isolated from their "non-political" sciences. For this reason, instead of the IJPT being a specialized journal having a single source of ideological stream, it hopes to be a database of a wide range of foundational, interdisciplinary theories revolving around the subject of the numerous sciences listed above. What is important for the editorial team is the uniqueness and provocativeness of the contribution: the IJPT is meant to be a journal for provocative, ground-breaking discoveries and theories.
All in all, the editorial board of the International Journal of Political Theory is proud to present this multi-disciplinary theory journal to all seekers of knowledge. All papers are guaranteed to offer new and interesting perspectives on the fields in question.