This journal tries to demolish the administrative boundaries of academic disciplinary technology by amalgamating all the so-called “subjects” by condemning the objectification, subjectification and subjection. It strives to reach the vanishing point of theory and praxis. Thus, instead of so-called “inter-disciplinary studies”, it emphasizes on the convergence of earthian knowledges and praxiologies. The journal attempts to achieve this end by means of dialogue without manipulation in the context of a participatory, local-resource based, low-energy efficient, small-scale, self-reliant, partyless, moneyless, decentralized democracy. As this journal is against the academiocratic elitism and patron-client relationship, it maintains the Copyleft Writers’ Movement and follows the Creative Commons License.

1.     This journal accepts:

a)     Any type of text (including multimedia presentation, videos, powerpoints, written materials etc.);

b)    The topic on suffering of the earthians (humans and non-humans) and the possible remedies to the same;

c) The text can be in any language with English abstract.

2.     In the case of stylesheet, this journal generally follows MLA⤡. However, in the case of available documents on the internet, the following style should be followed:

TITLE OF DOCUMENT VIEW HERE ⤡ (the hyperlink to the text is to be pasted here)

Followed by

(As reported or published on … [date] © [Name of the Publisher])  

Taken together, the hyperlink should look like the following:

Not guilty: Socrates narrowly acquitted 2,400 years after death VIEW HERE  (As reported on 26th May, 2012 ©RT Question More)  


  1. Great idea, but there is always a big but as always, because, “Between the idea and the reality falls the shadow.”…More on this if we can ever engage ourselves in sincere and truthful dialogues

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    1. Akhar Bandyopadhyay says:

      Not a hollow man, but a humming bird (as mentioned by Wangari Maathai)–we are creating a space for dialogue without manipulation. Your gaze is magnifying our little (small is beautiful) efforts.

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  2. Akhar Bandyopadhyay says:

    Reblogged this on Akhar Bandyopadhyay.


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