Submission Preparation ChecklistAs part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
- This text has not been previously published and/or submitted in another publishing house.
- The file is saved in Microsoft Word (doc) or RTF format.
- The text of the publication is in Times New Roman (12-point font size), spacing 1,5 (for long block quotations: Times New Roman 11 and spacing 1,0).
- Possible sources of the work funding are listed in the publication in a place required by editorial rules. In the submitted work there appear no ghostwriting, guest-authorship and/or conflict of interest. The author is acquainted with the current procedures of texts’ reviewing in the journal.
- The author agrees to the terms and conditions of the License Agreement with Nicolaus Copernicus University. The content of the agreement is available HERE. With regard to the joint publication, the author submitting an article for publication fills in a statement concerning the percentage contribution, in which the contributions of particular co-authors in the submitted text are given. The content of the work is known to all its authors who give permission for it to be published. The completed statement must be uploaded as an additional file along with the article.
- Texts to be published in Studia z Historii Filozofii should be submitted in a document file format, i.e. *.rtf or *.doc.
- The file should not exceed the limit of 40 000 characters with spaces. However, the Editorial Board reserves the right to publish longer texts at its own discretion.
- Use Times New Roman font, 12 pt. Bold and italics are allowed. Do not use underline. Line spacing: 1.5 lines. Do not leave blank lines, divide words, or use any special formatting.
- Footnotes (Times New Roman, 10 pt; line spacing 1,5 lines).
- Texts should be accompanied by key words and an abstract. Texts written in Polish should be accompanied by an abstract in Polish and English, and a title in English.
- Texts should include a list of references.
- Texts written in a language different than Polish are printed in a form of a translation to Polish. (The Editorial Board commissions translations).
- Authors of the articles sent are kindly asked to observe if their texts meet the quarterly criteria of footnotes and bibliography style.
RULES APPLYING TO THE STRUCTURE OF THE TEXT:
It is recommended to maintain the classical structure of a scientific article with a clear division into the following parts: (1) introduction, (2) materials and methods, (3) results and (4) discussion (IMRaD). The article should be provided with an abstract containing an explicit indication of obtained results, key words and bibliography. It is also required to provide accurate information on the sources of funding (if applicable).
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