General guidelines

All editorial correspondence should be sent to

Authors must send two electronic versions of their manuscripts in word format (.doc or .rtf). One should include the author’s name, e-mail address and postal address. The other version should be prepared for blind refereeing, where all references to the author, including acknowledgments and bibliographical details, are omitted. The first page of each version must include the title of the contribution, an abstract (150 words maximum) and a list of five keywords, in both English and (whenever possible) Spanish.

Four months should be allowed for refereeing.

When a contribution is accepted, the author will receive proofs in .pdf format by e-mail. She must check these carefully and send her comments within five working days to

Once the contribution has been published, the author will get a digital version of the text in .pdf format and a free exemplar of the issue containing it.


Form and preparation of manuscripts

Original articles must be at most 10.000 word-long, critical studies, 3.000 and reviews 1.000. If those limits are not respected, the Editorial Board might opt for not publishing the submission.

Footnotes must be numbered consecutively.
Quotations inside the main text must appear in the following way: Fodor (1998) or (Quine 1974, p. 20).
Bibliographical references should be listed, under the heading References, at the end of the article, as shown below:
Carnap, R. (1928), Der logische Aufbau der Welt, Berlín, Springer.
Lewis, D. (1971), “Counterparts of Persons and their Bodies”, Journal of Philosophy, 68, pp. 187-221.
García-Carpintero, M. (2008), “Relativism, Vagueness, and What Is Said” en García-Carpintero, M. y Kölbel, M. (eds.),Relative Truth, Oxford, Oxford University Press, pp. 129-154.
Adajian, T. (2012), “The Definition of Art”, en Zalta, E. N. (ed.),The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.Recuperado de

In general, the journal subscribes to the norms of The American Psychological Association (APA).