Files format and editorial standards
Manuscripts should be sent in two files using one of the Word formats (DOC, DOCX or RTF) and PDF. The file in the Word format should contain the full version of the paper, including a note about the author (name and surname, e-mail address, title, position and the address of an institution with which the Author is affiliated) and – if the paper is a research article – an abstract in English (up to 150 words) and key words in English (5–8). In the PDF file all the data allowing for author identification should be removed.
Other editorial requirements (for the final version) are as follows:
main text: 12 pt., spacing 1.5, footnotes: 10 pt., spacing 1.5.
flush right, italics, 10 pt.
Titles and headings:
ALL CAPS, centred.
within the text in standard font and in quotation marks; longer quotes separated, 10 pt.
(Brown, 2014), (Brown, 2014, p. 44), (Brown, 2015b), (Brown, Smith, 1999) etc.
Bradford, D. E. (1980). The Concept of Existence. A Study of Nonexistent Particulars. Lanham: University Press of America.
Kahn, Ch. H. (1973). On the Theory of the Verb ‘to Be’. In: M. K. Munitz (ed.), Logic and Ontology (pp. 1–20). New York: University Press.
Russell, B. (1910). Knowledge by Acquaintance and Knowledge by Description. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 11(1), 108–128.
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