Aims & Scope

It is an interdisciplinary and expert review journal that publishes articles on resources on philosophy, the study of eastern and western languages, social and human sciences, archeology, religions, and the arts, with an emphasis also on social needs and developments. We welcome articles, case studies that relate to the past and present, new technological developments and wide applications, examples of "best practices", policies, strategies, and papers that can be learned. Papers may arise from the selection of papers from highly qualified international conferences or from the regular submissions of researchers. The papers should target a wide audience of scholars, practitioners, public authorities, university professors, and graduate students. 

Each manuscript will be dealt with by the editorial board and reviewed by more than one arbitrator in addition to the editorial board member. At the time of submission, authors may request that individual manuscripts (a copy without the authors' names) be available on the journal's website for 20 days to allow the scientific and technical community to determine the extent to which the article manuscript matches the journal's standards. 

The editorial board of the Lark Journal of Philosophy, Linguistics and Social Sciences is made up of scientists from different countries from Iraq, Egypt, Germany, France, Russia and Malaysia from various fields and scientific disciplines corresponding to the paper received in the journal for the peer review process, and decides whether the paper should be accepted for publication, taking into account the evaluation of experts. The main evaluation criteria and acceptance criteria are based on compliance with the journal's objectives and scope, and on innovation and practical appropriateness of the papers presented. For more information on these procedures, please contact the editorial office at 

Lark Magazine seeks to deliver an initial decision on manuscripts within 30 days of submission. 

Accepted papers will be processed immediately and made available online using the DOI number. Messages to editors regarding the published papers are encouraged and will be published after expert review. 

Referring precisely to the journal's goals, the topics covered can be grouped as follows: 

Classification of Studies Philosophy: (Logic; Medieval Philosophy; Philosophy of Religion; Philosophy of Ethics; Philosophy of Art; Philosophy of Law). 

Classification of linguistics studies: (linguistics; philology, linguistic theories; studies of eastern languages, Arabic, Hebrew, and Persian; in relation to English, German, and other Western languages) 

Classification of social sciences studies: (general sociology; anthropology; history; archeology; geography and various other relevant disciplines in humanities studies in developing countries)