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In Medias Res no. 13

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IN MEDIAS RES
International Scientific Journal for the Philosophy of Media
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International Scientific Journal for the Philosophy of Media
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About Us

ISSN 1848-6304

The journal in Croatian will be published twice a year (MAY/SEPTEMBER).

 

We are launching IN MEDIAS RES guided by the idea that the core question, not only of contemporary philosophy, but all humanities, social sciences and scientific disciplines – is the issue of the media and media intermediation.

 

In our approach to history, religion, philosophy, culture, art, science, tradition and modernity, we want to examine what really belongs to the 'substance', and how much of it accounts for 'mouthpieces', 'intermediaries', techniques, the media, and the defining organisations and hierarchies.

 

In this sense, IN MEDIAS RES is an interdisciplinary scientific journal which will welcome and publish (reviewed) articles from various scientific branches and disciplines, insofar as they scientifically reflect on some of the segments of mediality in their scientific field.

 

In medias res areas of interest:

 

  • Relations between the media of orality and writing, printed text, electronic, digital, networking, new, mobile and new new media, etc.
  • Dance – ritual – spectacle
  • The media of religious revelation
  • Man as the medium of spirit
  • Art as a medium/The media dimension of an artwork
  • The techniques of media intermediation
  • Technology – science – philosophy
  • Anthropological and philosophical reflections on the changes in the human experience
  • Working tools, production extensions, extensions of the mental and physical dimensions of man
  • The media between information, persuasion, play, seduction and manipulation
  • The media-mediology/Technique-technology
  • The media and politics
  • Media research, media research studies and media studies research
  • Legislation and the practices of media intermediation
  • The truth of corporate, non-profit and community media
  • The media and independent civic initiatives
  • Media/history/revolution
  • Psychological media research
  • The media between culture and business

 

For the journal:

The fate of every medium depends on the lucky ratio of the quality of its content, interest of its intended users and creative energies involved in the development of the medium.

The interdisciplinary, but essential philosophical, contemplation of the phenomenon of media intermediation (an opinion which takes into account particular scientific knowledge and research) wants to critically evaluate different approaches on part of scientific branches and disciplines, while attempting to demonstrate that the unmasking of all the dimensions of seduction and manipulation of contemporary mass media necessitates precisely that - a comprehensive philosophical understanding of the media.

This is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.

The complete text of the articles published in the journal may be used for free for non-commercial purposes respecting copyrights of authors and the journal.
In Medias Res respects author rights: authors of the published articles retaine publishing rights, as well as copyright.
In accordance with CC BY-NC 4.0 licence (Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial 4.0 International licence) available on the following page: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/

 

 

 

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