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About the Journal

Revus is an international journal for constitutional theory and philosophy of law. Committed to multilingualism and global spread of ideas, it provides a unique forum for academics around the world and from the region to share their ideas and engage with each other in fruitful debate. The journal guarantees quality and visibility of published papers and discussions through a rigorous selection process and international indexation.

Areas of Interest

Revus covers a wide range of fields encompassing the foundations of our legal cultures but mostly focuses on constitutional theory and philosophy of law. Acknowledging the fact that boundaries between different fields of law (e.g. constitutional law, administrative law, international law) are becoming increasingly blurred and, moreover, that interdisciplinarity is crucial for the advancement of scientific discovery, the journal accepts papers dealing with diverse subject-matter, which have strong roots in legal theory and philosophy of law.

Languages

Revus provides a forum for discussion among lawyers and philosophers from across Europe and the Americas. It encourages contributions which exhibit theoretical reflections on the changes in our legal culture(s). Seeking to reach the widest possible readership across different cultural and linguistic groups, the journal's primary languages are English and Spanish. With a special dedication to building a bridge between scholars from around the world with those operating in the Central and South-East Europe, it also accepts contributions in any of the following globally spoken languages: French, Italian, German, as well as in the most common languages in the CEE region, i.e. Slovenian, Croatian, Bosnian, Serbian and Montenegrin.

Indexation

Revus is indexed and abstracted in Dialnet (Universidad de la Rioja), HeinOnline (Wm. S. Hein & Co.), Legal Source (EBSCO Publishing), PhilPapers (The PhilPapers Foundation), Revues.org (Cléo), Scopus (Elsevier), SSRN eLibrary (Social Science Research Network) and The Philosopher's Index (Philosopher's Information Center).

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