The Mission of PEASA
The European Academy of Sciences & Arts announces the launching of its first scientific Journal, the Proceedings of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts (PEASA) in 2022.
The mission of PEASA is to promote innovative, interdisciplinary, and transnational research that serves the advancement of Europe and world. Topics for article submission include but are not limited to: Humanities; Social Sciences; Medicine & Health Issues; Natural Sciences; Comparative religions; Law, Economics & Politics; Technical & Environmental Sciences; Interdisciplinary issues; Cultural Studies; Science in Arts.
An important criterion in assessing submissions is their comprehension across disciplinary boundaries. This criterion deliberately challenges the current trend of scientific writing on shorthand jargon condensed code.
The European Academy of Sciences and Arts is a non-governmental, European association committed to promoting scientific and societal progress. The interdisciplinarity derives from the interaction between EASA’s seven classes: Humanities, Medicine, Arts, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Law & Economics, Technical & Environmental Sciences, and World Religions.
PEASA follows our Academy’s mission to serve humanity through interdisciplinary scientific content based on human values. Hence in our logo, the seven stars symbolize the seven article categories covered by the journal, and the three seamless spears flower the devotion to Strength, Beauty, and Wisdom.
We particularly welcome submissions of interdisciplinary nature. An important criterion in assessing submissions is their understandability across disciplinary boundaries. This criterion of understandability deliberately challenges the current trend of scientific writing on shorthand jargon condensed code.
An important focus of the journal is on topics of high relevance to Europe and the European ideals. While open to submissions from across the globe and striving for the widest topical diversity, the EASA also sees PEASA Journal as an important platform for exchange among European scientists.