Focus And Scope

Tashwirul Afkar is a journal that publishes current original research on religious and socio-cultural studies using an interdisciplinary perspective such as Historical, sociological, anthropological, and psychological approaches of religion, comparative study of the doctrines and practices of religions.

The focus and scope of Tashwirul Afkar include, but are not limited to, the following topics:

Religious Thought and Reflection:

  • Exploration of religious beliefs, doctrines, and philosophies
  • Critical analysis of religious texts and their interpretations
  • Philosophical reflections on spirituality and religious experiences
  • Comparative studies of different religious traditions and their thought systems
  • Examination of the intersection between religious thought and contemporary issues

Cultural Perspectives and Analysis:

  • Examination of cultural beliefs, values, and practices
  • Analysis of cultural diversity and its impact on societies
  • Studies on the cultural dimensions of language, literature, and arts
  • Exploration of cultural identity, representation, and cultural heritage
  • Comparative analyses of different cultural paradigms and worldviews

Reflective Thinking and Intellectual Inquiry:

  • Development and application of reflective thinking methodologies
  • Philosophical and epistemological reflections on knowledge and truth
  • Investigations into critical thinking, reasoning, and analytical approaches
  • Exploration of creativity, imagination, and innovative thought processes
  • Contributions to the advancement of intellectual inquiry and scholarship

Paradigm Shifts and Advances in Knowledge:

  • Proposals for new theoretical frameworks and models
  • Contributions to the evolution of thought in religious and cultural studies
  • Examination of paradigm shifts and transformative intellectual developments
  • Exploration of emerging trends, approaches, and paradigms

Tashwirul Afkar encourages submissions that offer fresh perspectives, challenge existing paradigms, and contribute to the advancement of knowledge and theory in religious and cultural thinking. The journal serves as a platform for intellectual discourse, promoting innovative ideas and fostering critical thinking in these domains.