Formatting Guidelines for Authors

Formatting Guidelines for Authors

1. The submitted papers should be composed of the Title Page that contains the title, the name, affiliation and contact address of the author, and of the Blinded Manuscript. In cases of the citations from the papers published by the author cite as follows: “(Anonymous, 2018)”.

2. Please don’t use the tabs, the hyphenation or any other formatting tools except italics and superscripts (as footnote numbers).

3. Use the font Times New Roman.

4. As quotation marks use Guillemet, the French quotation marks «», without the spaces between the first/last word of citation and the marks (not: « Geist » but: «Geist»).

5. For the citations longer than four lines use block quotes, without quotation marks and leaving an empty line before and after the citations. Place square brackets around ellipsis dots [...] to show omission of words or phrases within the citation.

6. Put the footnote numbers after the punctuation marks in superscript. 

Platon zufolge handelt das Göttliche «neidlos» (aphthonos).10

7. Type the foreign words in italic.

8. Distinguish (a) the hyphen (-) from (b) the dash (–). 

(a) The rules which obtain among themselves appear to them self-evident and self-justifying.

(b) the trilogy, Timaeus, Critias, Hermocrates – the most ambitious design he had ever conceived.

9. Make sure that the quotation marks and the apostrophes are not vertical or typewriter (', "), but curly (‘ ’, “ ”).

10. Use the American citation style:

10.1. In-Text Citation:

What counted was the act of writing and of talking to oneself (Hadot 1998, 48-51).

In cases of multiple authors:

Cf. Fischer et al. 2000, 55.

10.2. References:

Books, edited books, classical works, translations:

Hadot, P. (1998), The inner Citadel: The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius, translated by Michael Chase, Cambridge (MA), ‪Harvard University Press.

Baehr, J. (ed.) (2016), Intellectual Virtues and Education, London, Routledge.

Schlumbohm, J., Duden, B., Gélis, J., Veit, P. (eds.) (1998), Rituale der Geburt. Eine Kulturgeschichte, München, Beck.

Husserl, E. (2014), Grenzprobleme der Phänomenologie. Analysen des Unbewusstseins und der Instinkte. Metaphysik. Späte Ethik. Texte aus dem Nachlass (1908 - 1937), ed. R. Sowa, T. Vongehr, Dordrecht, Springer.

Husserl, E. (1991), On the Phenomenology of the Consciousness of Internal Time (1893–1917), ed. and trans. J. B. Brough. Dordrecht: Kluwer.

Journal articles:

Theunissen, M. (1965), Schellings anthropologischer Ansatz, in: Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie 47, 174-189.

Book chapters:

Frings, M.S. (2002), A novel look at the structure of the pragmatic view of the world: Max Scheler, in: L.V. Ryan, F.B. Nahser and W.W. Gasparski (eds.), Praxiology and Pragmatism, New Brunswick, Transaction Publishers, 107-120.

Online documents:

De Monticelli, R. (2015), The Sensibility of Reason: Outline of a Phenomenology of Feeling, in: Thaumàzein 3, 139-160 (Accessed 1.4.2017).

Peterson, K. (2016), Nicolai Hartmann and Recent Realism, in: Axiomathes. DOI 10.x1007/s10516-016-9313-3 (Accessed 23.10.2017).

11. Please add a brief abstract and up to several keywords in English at the end of your article. Please include the English title, if your article is written in other languages.