INFORMATION FOR AUTHORS
Manuscripts, studies, essays etc. in Polish, or in English may be considered for if they have not previously been published. We are not inclined to accept double submissions.
Manuscripts of submitted works, in Word format, should be sent in electronic form to the following addresses: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Manuscripts should be double-spaced, include an abstract (up to 900 signs), both in Polish and in English, key words, and intertextual headings. Footnotes (not endnotes) or references should be in a separate section. The first reference to a book or journal article should have complete bibliographical information.
Books reviews, discussion notes, and essay reviews are also submitted for publication.
The submitted manuscript should include information about author's academic degree, affiliation, mailing address, and email address.
Submissions are sent to a referee for blind peer review. To facilitate blind refereeing, the author’s name and address should appear on a detachable title page, but nowhere else in the article.
The Editors will alter manuscripts wherever necessary to make them conform to journal style.
The suggested length of FILOZOFIA I NAUKA. Studia filozoficzne i interdyscyplinarne articles is to 60 000 signs.; the suggested lenght of books reviews, essay reviews, and discussion notes — to 20 000 signs.
References to the literature items can be set in the text:
1) in the footnotes
2) in the main text of the paper according to the scheme: (Author's name, year of publishing, page), e.g.: (Giere, 1988, 25).
The full REFERENCES at the end of the text are desired if 1) is chosen, and necessary if 2) is chosen.
Submitted manuscripts should follow the bibliographical specifications set out below in the form of typical instances.
Max Scheler, Problemy socjologii wiedzy, Stanisław Czerniak et al. (trans.), PWN, Warszawa 1990.
Ronald N. Giere, Science without Laws, University of Chicago Press 1999.
David J. Chalmers (ed.), Philosophy of Mind. CLassical and Contemporary Readings, Oxford University Press, Oxford–New York 2002.
S.P. Stich, T.A. Warfield (eds.), The Blackwell Guide to the Philosophy of Mind, Blackwell, Oxford 2003.
Articles in journals:
N. Goodman, What Should Not Be Said about Representation?, Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 1987–8, vol. 46, pp. 419–425.
S. Czerniak, Gernota Böhmego idea końca ery baconiańskiej, Filozofia i Nauka. Studia filozoficzne i interdyscylinarne, 2013, vol. 1, pp. 36–42.
Chapters and essays in books:
E. Mayr, Die Darwinsche Revolution und die Widerstände gegen die Selektionstheorie, in: Die zweite Schöpfung. Geist und Ungeist in der Biologie des 20. Jahrhunderds, J. Herbig, R. Hohlfeld (eds.), Hanser, München 1990, pp. 44–70.
S. Lawrence, E. Margolis, Concepts, in: The Blackwell Guide to the Philosophy of Mind, S.P. Stich, T.A. Warfield (eds.), Blackwell, Oxford 2003, pp. 190–213.
Papers quoted earlier:
N. Koertge, A Methodological Critique of the Semantic Conception of Theories, op. cit., p. 115.
Authors are asked for declaring that their submissions are original texts, not published earlier.
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Mathematical formulae should be written in Microsoft Equation 3.0.
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