Journal History

Lexicon Philosophicum is a new editorial initiative of the ILIESI-CNR. The journal is the result of a previous experience and a new opportunity. Since 1985 the ILIESI has published under the same title Lexicon Philosophicum twelve volumes in the form of ‘notebooks’ (Quaderni), which appeared in the series “Lessico Intellettuale Europeo” of the Olschki publishing house. The initial editors were Antonio Lamarra and Lidia Procesi, followed by Antonio Lamarra and Roberto Palaia. These volumes were miscellaneous books mostly oriented to the outcome of research and studies developed within the institute. Their focus was the history of philosophical terminology as a privileged access to the history of ideas.

Now, on the occasion of the participation in the newly launched European project Agora:Scholarly Open Access Research in European Philosophy, we have decided to transform this series of volumes into an international online journal, semantically linked to the textual archives of the ILIESI’s portal Daphnet




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ISSN 2283-7833

The individual contributions are made available Open Access under the Creative Commons General Public License Attribution, Non-Commercial, Share-Alike version 4 (CCPL BY-NC-SA).
CNR have the collected works copyright on the printed issues and digital editions of the Journal.
Periodico iscritto al n. 216/2013 del Registro della Stampa del Tribunale Civile di Roma. Direttore responsabile: Antonio Lamarra - Condirettore: Roberto Palaia