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CFP: The Future of Human Ecology, Revista Naturaleza y Libertad

CFP: The Future of Human Ecology, Revista Naturaleza y Libertad

CFP: SI: “The Future of Human Ecology”, Revista Naturaleza y Libertad

Submission deadline: July 16, 2024

Topic areas


The current development of ecology has unveiled new challenges for contemporary philosophical reflection. In this regard, it is no longer feasible to interpret human nature through a reflection on the human person as an isolated being from his environment. The paradigm of human ecology presented here aims to inherit the reflection on the philosophy of nature (including the philosophy of human nature), proposing the current ecological issue as an eminently anthropological theme: the place of the human being in the cosmos also indicates his/her essence. This task compels us to reconsider the specificity of the human being in relation to the world through the theme of dwelling, inviting us to reflect on the activities of stewardship and building the common home. Thus, it becomes possible to reframe the current ecological issue as a predominantly anthropological crisis: to heal the ecosystem’s wound, we must first mend the fracture within the human person.

Naturaleza y Libertad invites submissions for its forthcoming issue exploring “The Future of Human Ecology.” We seek contributions that delve into the philosophical, anthropological, and ecological dimensions of human-nature relationships, addressing questions such as:

People interested in these –or similar– topics may send a long abstract (700 words, in English or Spanish) to: For inquiries or further information, please contact

Submission Guidelines:

Abstract Submission Deadline: July 16, 2024

Full Paper Submission Deadline: January 15, 2025

Manuscripts should be between 6000 and 8000 words in length.

Please adhere to the journal’s style guidelines for manuscript preparation available at

Submissions must be in English or Spanish.

We look forward to receiving your contributions and engaging in insightful discussions on the future of human ecology.