This journal reflects the values and goals of The Society for Consciousness Studies, a professional scholarly organization that honors work of quality from any authentic scholarly tradition. Moreover, while it recognizes the importance of cognitive and reductionistic approaches, it does not privilege them. Rather, it welcomes them along with other paradigms. The society is particularly interested in consciousness as experience (or subjectivity), and consciousness as a sense of being.
Within this broad framework it also seeks contributions that explore potential advances beyond the classical and postmodern knowledge paradigms that have dominated science and scholarship during the past century.
The journal utilizes a standard APA Writing Style format.
Issues of the journal will be posted more or less periodically as quality material becomes available.