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Final Manuscript Preparation Guidelines for Essays in Philosophy
- All submissions should come in an attachment via eMail to the General Editor, David Boersema, at: . Please use Word.
- Since all reviewing is blind, please do not send your submission to the Issue Editor.
- Papers should be prepared with "blind reviewing" in mind. Specifically, no reference should be made to the author(s) in the essay (including notes).
- Essays should not exceed 9000 words.
- Submission must include a brief abstract (175 words maximum).
- Preferable format: consult The Chicago Manual of Style, 14th edition.
- Notes should all be gathered at the end of the paper. (Endnotes)
- Identify clearly, by title as well as volume and number, the issue for which the paper is being submitted.
- No submission will be considered unless received on or before the deadline date.
- No submission will be considered if it has been previously published, or if it is out for consideration by another journal.
- Do not include links to other web pages, or web page attachments, in the text or notes.
- Gender-neutral language required of all submissions.
- Use of logical (and other) symbols is limited only by the capabilities of eMail and the internet. Please do not use angle brackets (< >) in the body of the text or in the notes, since these are the primary HTML tag markers.