Asian Journal of Philosophy is a new online academic philosophy journal that aims to publish “high-quality articles in any area of analytic philosophy, but with an emphasis on epistemology, metaphysics, ethics, meta-ethics, value theory, action theory, and the philosophies of mind, language, logic, technology, and mathematics.”
The mission of the journal is:
to serve as a leading platform for analytic philosophy in Asia both in an inward and in an outward sense. Within Asia the journal aims to be a visible go-to outlet for analytic philosophers to communicate high-quality research and share it with the global community. Outside Asia the journal aims to serve as an authoritative reflection of cutting-edge research in Asia and as an attractive publication outlet for promoting scholarly work to the large community of researchers working in the region.
Published by Springer, the inaugural issue of the journal is expected in Spring, 2022. The journal will have two issues in 2022, and then change to 3-4 issues per year. While not quite open access, its contents will be freely available for the first two years. After that, it will be what Springer calls a “transformative journal,” that is, a journal the publisher has committed to eventually making open access.
According to Professor Pedersen, the journal will be publishing only in English. He adds, “However, cross-linguistic philosophy is one of the areas for which we hope to build a significant track record. In this sense we will strive to promote—and provide a platform for—philosophy as it is tied to different languages.”
You can learn more about the journal here.