I have been working on research involving the use of mathematical formulas and reasoning in order to philosophical concepts, specifically concepts concerning mythology, the Jungian model of the psyche, genius(in the archaic usage for an individual's unique way of seeing the world instead of the special giftedness of an individual), and process of individuation.
So, basically I am applying mathematics to solve deeply philosophical questions that are becoming increasingly important in our modern world as we struggle to discover who we are and what gifts we have for the world all the while living in a society that sacrifices our need for understanding our Self for the unhealthy obsessions with technology.
I am using mathematical formulae as in Hegel's Dialectic approach to history and competing ideologies, as well as Carl Jung/Joseph Campbell's use of archetypes. It is less of a structuralist's approach and more of a combination of psychoanalysis and humanistic approach. I hope that clarifies in what way am I using math to address mythology.
I am looking for either a journal to publish my research in or directions towards recommending the creation of a new journal and submit my research to it. Would it be better to publish my research in a philosophy journal or a mathematical journal? Does anyone have any suggestions for publication and why they suggest the journal that they do?