欧文誌 ＞ 特集・投稿規定
Annals of the Japan Association for Philosophy of Science
- Manuscripts considered for publication in this journal should be original and related to the philosophy of science. Manuscripts may address topics in the philosophy of science or other areas related to the philosophy of science. However, manuscripts that deal with topics in other areas must be written in such a manner that readers outside the relevant field can understand their objective and purpose and be interested in the subject matter.
- The received manuscripts are classified into “papers” or “discussions.” Any articles discussing a paper, including a book review, published in this journal are categorized as “discussions.” Authors should specify which category their manuscript is intended to belong to. However, the editorial board and the editor in chief reserve the right to change the categorization of a manuscript for editorial reasons.
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- Since 2007, this journal has been typeset in TeX. The journal’s TeX style file, along with instructions for its use, is provided on our website (http://phsc.jp/). Insofar as possible, authors are requested to prepare their manuscript using this style file and to send the typeset manuscript in PDF format as an email attachment to our office (firstname.lastname@example.org). If a manuscript is prepared without using TeX, it should be sent as an email attachment to our office (email@example.com), and, at the same time, two hard copies of the manuscript should be mailed to us. Hard copies need not be mailed if a manuscript is prepared with TeX.
- Manuscripts should include an opening Abstract of approximately 100 words and end with the list of References.
- Authors are discouraged from submitting a manuscript with an extremely long title or multiple manuscripts bearing the same title differentiated only by numbers or any other symbols.
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