The European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy welcomes submission of manuscripts in any area of interest of the journal: notably pragmatism as a philosophical tradition, its relations with other philosophical currents, its contemporary transformations, as well as its impact outside philosophy in the social and natural sciences.
Submission of a manuscript is understood to imply that the paper is original, it has not already been published in whole or in substantial part elsewhere, and is not currently under consideration by any other journal.
Papers to be considered for publication should be sent by email to email@example.com (only online submissions are accepted).
Submitted papers must be prepared for blind review, omitting self-identifying information. Personal information (title, name, academic affiliation and email contact address) should be placed in a separate cover sheet. All papers are peer reviewed. Papers must be accompanied by an abstract of about 400 words. Article lengths of 6,000 to 12,000 words are preferred, although longer papers will be considered.
The review process is normally completed within 10-12 weeks, with accepted articles appearing 6 to 12 months after acceptance of the final version of the paper in the section ‘Essays’ of the Journal.
Papers for the ‘Symposia‘ section should be sent directly to the editor in charge of the specific call for papers as announced in the Forthcoming section and should comply with instructions given in the call.
The European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy reviews recent books on pragmatism with a focus on books appeared in Europe in all european languages, although also books from other parts of the world will be reviewed.
Unsolicited Book Reviews are however not accepted. Authors who wish to publish a review should contact the book review editor, dr. Chris Skowronski. Maximum length for reviews is 4,000 words.
Books for review should be sent to Roberto Frega – Via Calbane 25 – 48013 Brisighella (RA) – Italy