It is with great pleasure that we announce the publication of the new series of the journal Филозофија / Filozofija. For our editorial team, this issue is special in more than one way, as it brings about a significant change in the status of the journal itself: Filozofija now becomes an international, peer reviewed journal, with an editorial board and an advisory board composed of eminent domestic and international scholars in the field of philosophy. Established by a group of enthusiasts in 2001 and published by the Philosophical Society of Macedonia in cooperation with the Institute of Philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy (Ss. Cyril and Methodius University – Skopje) until 2013, the journal has become an important forum for philosophical reflection, discussion, and development of philosophical thought in the Macedonian intellectual milieu. With this internationalization of the journal, now published by the Institute of Philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy in cooperation with the Philosophical Society of Macedonia, our aim is to further enlarge this forum, to enrich and to deepen the communication with scholars working in the field of philosophy and related fields throughout the world, hoping that many of the traditional and contemporary philosophical problems will be addressed in more efficient ways by such joint intellectual efforts. On this occasion, we would like to express our deepest gratitude to all our colleagues who, with their devoted work for more than a decade, succeeded not only to establish this journal but also to keep it vibrant and developing. Thus, we would like to thank the two former Editors-in-chief of Filozofija, Lazar Fotev, MA and Ljupcho Mitkovski, as well as all the previous members of its editorial and advisory boards, for creating such an invaluable ground for further intensification of our philosophical activity not only in the Macedonian, but also in the international context. Let us hope that the fruit of our collective efforts will open a new chapter in the history of the journal, by creating new forms of philosophical dialogue and reflection.