Issue 2, October
This JC edition emphasizes the inherent multidisciplinary character of Conscientiology. Articles span the subjects of Anthropology, Biology, Epistemology, Geology, Psychology, Sociology and even Volcanology.
Please consult JC Volume 1, Number 1 for a glossary of conscientiological terms. This glossary will be republished once per annual volume. If you are interested in knowing more about the research areas of conscientiology, they are also listed in the JC Number 1. Our next JC edition will present us with an article from Waldo Vieira which will detail and cross connect each of those research areas.
We would like to call your attention to the fact that in conscientiology’s writings, consciousness is usually referred to as "the" consciousness. This is done in order to emphasize its intended meaning of the individual essence per se (popularly called self, soul, spirit) and not the state of consciousness, as in being aware.
We invite every reader to contribute to the JC by sending ideas, suggestions, comments, and submitting articles. The Journal of Conscientiology is an open forum of discussion which is intended to be an instrument for updating IIPC members, the general public, and the scientific community on consciousness research.