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It was founded in part to provide visibility across disciplines to various researchers approaching the problem of consciousness from their respective fields. It serves as a fertile ground for debate as well as cross pollination of ideas for further research. The articles are usually in non-specialized language (in contrast to a typical academic journal) in order to make it accessible to those in other disciplines. This also serves to make it accessible to most laypersons.
 
It was founded in part to provide visibility across disciplines to various researchers approaching the problem of consciousness from their respective fields. It serves as a fertile ground for debate as well as cross pollination of ideas for further research. The articles are usually in non-specialized language (in contrast to a typical academic journal) in order to make it accessible to those in other disciplines. This also serves to make it accessible to most laypersons.
   
In contrast to other journals, such as ''[[Consciousness and Cognition]]'', which is an [[interdisciplinary]] ''scientific'' journal on [[consciousness]], ''JCS'' attempts to incorporate fields beyond the realm of the natural sciences and the social sciences such as the [[humanities]], [[philosophy]], [[critical theory]], [[comparative religion]], and [[mysticism]] to name a few.
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In contrast to other journals, such as ''[[Consciousness and Cognition]]'', which is an [[interdisciplinary]] ''[[scientific]]'' journal on [[consciousness]], ''JCS'' attempts to incorporate fields beyond the realm of the [[natural science|natural sciences]] and the [[social sciences]] such as the [[humanities]], [[philosophy]], [[critical theory]], [[comparative religion]], and [[mysticism]] to name a few.
   
 
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