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Please note: papers for the ‘Symposia‘ section should be sent to the editor in charge of the specific call for papers as announced in the Forthcoming section and should follow instructions given in the call.
Book Reviews should be previously agreed with the book review editor. Unsolicited reviews are no longer accepted. Maximum length for reviews is of 4,000 words.
For details, please contact dr. Maria Luisi.
Books for reviews should be sent to Roberto Frega – Via Calbane 25 – 48013 Brisighella (RA) – Italy
Manuscripts should be written according to the following instructions:
Font: Book Antiqua 11pt
Paragraphs should not be spaced
Notes should be placed at the end of the page
References in the text and in footnotes should be by name and publication date, followed by page number, e.g. Strawson (1966: 18).
The works referred to should appear at the end of the paper in a separated Bibliography, and should be set out in alphabetical and chronological order, in the following format:
Brunning J., Forster P., eds, (1997), The Rule of Reason: the Philosophy of Charles Sanders Peirce, Toronto, University of Toronto Press.
Kuklick, B., (2002), A History of Philosophy in America, 1720-2000, Oxford, Oxford University Press.
Papers and book chapters
Owen D., (1999), “Cultural Diversity and the Conversation of Justice: Reading Cavell on Political Voice and the Expression of Consent”, Political Theory, 27 (5), pp. 579-596.
McDowell J., (1995), “Two Kinds of Naturalism”, in Hursthouse R., ed., 1995, Virtues and Reasons: P. Foot and Moral Theory, Clarendon Press, New York.