The Journal of Dharma, Dharmaram Quarterly Journal of Religions and Philosophies was founded in 1975; it is a quarterly journal of religions and philosophies, a pioneer in this field. This journal brings together scholars from all over the world and from across diverse cultures and traditions to seriously deliberate upon philosophical and religious issues. Dharma Journal is part of the Dharmaram Journals, a group of scientific periodic publications, is an integral part of Dharmaram Vidya Kshetram (DVK), Pontifical Athenaeum of Theology, Philosophy and Canon Law. Through the Journal of Dharma DVK accomplishes its mission by bringing to the erudite public the highest quality research.
The Institution of Dharmaram Vidya Kshetram (DVK):
Dharmaram Vidya Kshetram (DVK) is a Pontifical Athenaeum for higher learning and formation, established by the Congregation for Catholic Education, Vatican, as an independent institute, empowered to grant degrees, including Licentiate and Doctorate in Philosophy and Theology, Licentiate in Oriental Canon Law and Licentiate and Master's in Formative Spirituality and Counselling. Early in 1971, the College had instituted a Centre for the Study of World Religions (CSWR) in order to implement and establish the directives of Vatican II concerning inter-religious dialogue in the context of India's religious pluralism. In furtherance of this objective, the same Centre, in 1975, started the publication of Journal of Dharma (Dharmaram Journal of Religions and Philosophies), in order to foster and enhance researches in the fields of dialogue and ecumenism and to contribute to the formulation and development of an indigenous Christian philosophy and theology. 1983 Dharmaram Pontifical Institute constituted also a Faculty of Philosophy, empowering it to award postgraduate and doctoral degrees in Philosophy.
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