The journal Theology and Philosophy of Education (TAPE) accepts submissions.

TAPE publishes reviewed academic papers (articles), book reviews, discussions on current issues in the fields of philosophy of education, theology of education.

Authors should create an account (register) and submit articles through the journal system after log in. After that, the five-step article process begins. If authors have additional questions about publication possibilities, they can contact editors with their questions:

TAPE is an open-access (OA) journal, platinum (diamond) OA model. The journal does not charge article processing charges (APC = 0).

  • Remembering Josef Zvěřina


    On May 3, 2023, we commemorated the 110th anniversary of the birth of the eminent Czech theologian Josef Zvěřina. His former friend, the notable theologian Oto Mádr, once wrote about him: Josef Zvěřina had a strong informal authority, he was a morally stable and at the same time non-fanatical man. A great culture of spirit and sharp intellect were combined with a warm heart and a willingness to help. Josef Zvěřina was ordained a priest on 11 July 1937 in Rome. He wrote his dissertation on the frescoes of Tavant, southern France. Along with 30 other Catholics, he was sentenced to 22 years in prison in 1950, remaining in prison for 13 years and 11 months. The totalitarian communist regime in former Czechoslovakia did not allow Zvěřina to continue his ministry as a priest. From his personal and shared experiences during the difficult times, a theology of agape was formed and matured in his head and heart. Oto Mádr wrote of Zvěřina's theology of agape as a legacy and an orienting contribution to the nascent Czech theology of the third millennium. The TAPE journal claimed Josef Zvěřina's legacy in its very first issue. We are happy to be able to spread the legacy of Josef Zvěřina's life and work further (you can see the specific places where we are commemorating Josef Zvěřina this year on the map).

    Zuzana Svobodová

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  • In the Open Air and on the Road


    Dear readers of the journal Theology and Philosophy of Education,

    The second issue of the first volume of our journal has been published and this means, being a biannual journal, we have completed the first year of our existence.

    This journal was created as a common space for theology, philosophy and education to meet each other. It was created as a medium for people who perceive, experience, and keep education close to their hearts, as something that belongs to their lives. I want to thank all those who contribute to the existence of this journal - you who read these lines, whether you are only incidental readers or careful readers of the words of our authors, whether you are the authors themselves or our reviewers who help our authors to make the articles of the highest quality.
    Shared environments are vital to us as human beings. I wish you to stay open and find the essential where there is an open sky and people on the road because we all share the basic necessity together, even if some of us still long for a true home. Thank you to all of you who are not afraid to open your eyes, minds, hearts, and doors, to go beyond the threshold and invite others to even a small dialogue, even as our articles are only short.

    Zuzana Svobodová
    On the Feast of St Valerian, 2022

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