For Authors

Guidelines for Authors

  1. Please, send a paper in DOC or DOCX to: edukacjafilozoficzna@uw.edu.pl
  2. Please, send an information about an author (name, title, main interests and achievements) and (if needed) disclaimers or information about a grant/project in a separate file.
  3. Papers submitted to Edukacja Filozoficzna should:
  • present and clearly argue an original thesis or solution,
  • include: abstract, 5-8 keywords, bibliography,
  • be free from any information which could identify its autor (to guarantee double blind review) (make sure that author’s name is not included in file’s metadata),
  • be not shorter than 20,000 and not longer than 50,000 characters (optimum: 30,000),
  • meet the conditions concerning footnotes and bibliography presented below.

 

Footnotes standard:

  • Book: Neale, Descriptions, Cambridge, MA 1990, p. 55.
  • Book: Kant, Critique of Pure Reason, transl. P. Guyer, Allen W. Wood, Cambridge 1998, p. 101.
  • Paper in a journal: Nunberg, Indexicality and Deixis, „Linguistics and Philosophy” 1993, Vol. 16, No. 1, p. 22.
  • Chapter in a book: Devitt, The Case for Referential Descriptions, in: Descriptions and Beyond, eds. M. Reimer and A. Bezuidenhout, Oxford 2004, p. 243.
  • Chapter in a book: Grudzińska, Deskrypcje, in: Przewodnik po filozofii języka, ed. J. Odrowąż-Sypniewska, Kraków 2016, pp. 121.

Bibliography standard:

  • Book: Neale S., Descriptions, Cambridge, MA 1990.
  • Book: Kant I., Critique of Pure Reason, transl. P. Guyer, Allen W. Wood, Cambridge 1998.
  • Paper in a journal: Nunberg G., Indexicality and Deixis, „Linguistics and Philosophy” 1993, Vol. 16, No. 1, pp. 1–43.
  • Chapter in a book: Devitt M., The Case for Referential Descriptions, in: Descriptions and Beyond, eds. M. Reimer and A. Bezuidenhout, Oxford 2004, pp. 234–260.
  • Chapter in a book: Grudzińska J., Deskrypcje, in: Przewodnik po filozofii języka, ed. J. Odrowąż-Sypniewska, Kraków 2016, pp. 103–136.