The Natural Rights Journal is now accepting submissions. We accept articles of up to 5,000 words on any topic including but not limited to economics, political philosophy, moral philosophy, theology, psychology, evolution, history, culture, pop culture, and sociology.
However, there are three broad rules:
1. Must be intellectual.
2. Must be well researched.
3. Must be anti-egalitarian
By 'intellectual', we mean a tone of non-emotive and non-partisan inquiry. Authors should avoid the use of ad hominem or strawman attacks, employ intellectual charity when dealing with the arguments of others, and employ reason and evidence in advancing their own.
By 'well-researched', we mean thoroughly consulting the available scholarship on the topic in adherence with scholarly standards, and the full attribution and acknowledgement of sources.
By 'anti-egalitarian', we mean topics, ideas, thinkers, and traditions of thought that reject the notion of equality as socially or morally desirable.
In addition, articles must adhere to MHRA citation style using endnotes and a final bibliography (see here: http://www.mhra.org.uk/pdf/MHRA-Style-Guide-3rd-Edn.pdf). Note that the bibliography is not counted as part of the wordcount, but endnotes are.