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International Journal of Philosophy N.o 1, Junio 2015, pp. 348-350

ISSN: 2386-7655

Editorial Policy

We would like to acquaint you with a journal project that can only go forward with the greatest possible participation of Kant scholars, without exclusions of any kind.

This periodical will be a biannual electronic journal in Kantian studies, which will alternate between open-submission issues and single-topic issues coordinated by one or two editors. All submitted manuscripts would undergo peer review.

Though Spanish is the Journal’s primary language, manuscripts in English, German, French, Italian, and Portuguese are also welcome.

Submissions must not have been previously published, nor should they be under consideration anywhere else in any language. Please send your manuscript as a Word attachment to the following e-mail address:

[email protected]

Manuscript Preparation

Articles must not exceed 12.000 words, discussions 8.000 words, and book reviews 4.000

words (including footnotes and bibliography in all cases). Longer manuscripts could also be considered by the editorial team, if the interest and quality of the contribution justifies its acceptance.

Articles and discussions should include an abstract both in the language of the submitted paper and in English that should not exceed 150 words as well as three to five keywords, with the title also in English. The title of articles, in the language of the submitted text and in English, and the author (in SMALL CAPS) will appear in Times New Roman 16 and in bold type. The institutional affiliation will have font Times New Roman 14. The abstract and key words, also in the language of the submitted and in English, will have font Times New Roman 11. If the language of the article or discussion is English, the title, abstract and key words will be also translated into Spanish.

Book reviews should have a title both in the language of the submitted paper and in English. They should also refer to the work under review as follows: Author, title, place, publishing house, year, and number of pages.

Please include a brief biographical note (250 words) that includes institutional affiliation, the titles of some publications, areas of specialization, and an e-mail address. Please prepare the manuscript for blind review deleting all self-references.



Editorial Guidelines for Authors

For any contribution, the author should use letter type Time New Roman 12 and lines should be spaced 1.5 (text and notes). Notes should be numbered consecutively (superscript, no brackets) and appear as footnotes, using Times New Roman 10. The number of the annotation which points to the bibliographic information contained in the footnote has to appear directly after the quotation mark closing the citation.

Stress required in the text should be done through the use of italics, never in bold type.

Citations and references

References without excerpting throughout the manuscript must appear in parenthesis in the main text with the following information: author’s last name, year of publication, and quoted pages.


(Jáuregui 2008, p. 25)

Excerpts cited throughout articles will use Times New Roman 11, without quotation marks and 1,5 left indented. Reviews shall not include indented excerpts, only brief citations, if necessary, with quotation marks and the reference in parenthesis of author’s last name, year of publication, and quoted pages.

Omissions in citations are marked by three dots placed in square brackets which are separated from the preceding and the following word by a single space.

When citing Kant’s Complete Works the usage within the Akademie Edition is mandatory

*Bibliography must be included at the end and organized alphabetically. Several works by the same author must be ordered chronologically beginning with the most recent one.



Stepanenko Gutiérrez, P. (2008), Unidad de la conciencia y objetividad: ensayos sobre autoconciencia, subjetividad y escepticismo en Kant, Instituto de Investigaciones Filosóficas UNAM, México.


Parra París, L. (1987), “Naturaleza e imperativo categórico en Kant”, Ideas y valores, no. 74-75, pp. 35-60.

Chapter in a collective work:


International Journal of Philosophy Nº 1, Junio 2015, pp. 348-350

ISSN: 2386-7655


Editorial Guidelines for Authors

Gómez Caffarena, J. (1994), “Kant y la filosofía de la religión”, en D. M. Granja Castro (coord.), Kant, de la "Crítica" a la filosofía de la religión: en el bicentenario de "La religión en los límites de la mera razón, Anthropos, España, pp. 185-212.

Paper available in websites:

Waldron, J. “The Principle of Proximity”, New York University Public Law and Legal Theory Working Papers 255 (2011), p. 19, accessed

month, day year).


International Journal of Philosophy, Nº 1, Junio 2015, pp. 348-350

ISSN: 2386-7655

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