2021, Lead Guest Editor, for the 5th Special Issue of the January 2021 Issue of the Epistemological Journal “Epistēmēs Metron Logos” (Confirmed contributor: Demetrios E. Lekkas)

Lead Guest Editor, for the 5thSpecial Issueof the January 2021 Issue of the Epistemologi- cal Journal“Epistēmēs Metron Logos” (Confirmed contributor: Demetrios E. Lekkas),“ 1821-2021, Byzantine Music Theory, 200 years after the Reform: Underlying Problems & Emerging Solutions.” [Editorial Team: Achilleas G. Chaldaeakes, Professor of Byzanti- ne Musicology & Psaltic Art, Department of Music Studies, University of Athens, Greece. Konstantinos Charilaou Karagounis, Associate Professor of “Byzantine Church Music” / Ecclesiastical Academy of Athens (Depart- ment of Pastoral Studies) – Director of the Department of Psaltic Art and Musicology / Volos Academy for Theological Stu-dies, Greece. Alexander Lingas, Professor in Music, Department of Music, City – Uni-versity of London, United Kingdom.]

Ἀθῆνα 2021

Ἠλεκτρονικὴ καὶ Ἔντυπη Ἔκδοση [ISSN: 2585-2973 (print) & 2653-8822 (online)], https://ejournals.epublishing.ekt.gr/index.php/episteme/issue/view/1597 .

Περίληψη : Epistēmēs Metron Logos focuses on significant methodological and philosophical topics concerning the structure and the growth of science. It serves as a forum for exchange of views and ideas, even controversial ones, among working scientists and theorists of science, promoting interdisciplinary cooperation. Epistēmēs Metron Logos publishes groundbreaking works that can deepen understanding of the concepts and methods of both epistēmē and the sciences; the editors believe that the central foundational questions of contemporary science can be posed and answered without recourse to sociological or historical methods.

Submissions for this Issue on the to-pics: a. The underlying problems of Byzantine and post-Byzantine Music Theory – b. Byzantine and post-Byzantine Music Theory’s further reform possibilities, meaning the emerging solutions in the theoretical formulation of material, laws and epistemological enigmas or di-lemmas – c. Their application in modern Psaltic Art practice.