Philosophia Scientiæ is a journal of peer-reviewed research in analytic philosophy, epistemology, and history and philosophy of science. It is particularly concerned with topics arising in mathematics, physics, and logic, but is open to original contributions from all scientific fields. Founded by Gerhard Heinzmann in 1996, Philosophia Scientiæ has a tradition of publishing studies in the history of German and French philosophy of science.
It is published by Kimé Éditions (Paris).
It is supported by the Institut des sciences humaines et sociales (Cnrs), the University of Lorraine and by the CNL.
The journal has 3 thematic issues per year, which include a “Varia section” (papers not related to the main topic of the issue).
Potential authors or editors are invited to submit their articles or topical issue projects to the managing editor of the journal, according to the Guide for Authors and to the Technical Informations.
Contributions to Philosophia Scientiæ are indexed and analyzed in the following databases: Philosopher's Index, Scopus, Zentralblatt MATH & MathSciNet; the journal is also referenced in the Répertoire International de la Philosophie (Revue philosophique de Louvain) and in the ERIH database.