Papers can be written in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese other than Italian.


The submission document should include three files: 1) a Microsoft Word OR Rich Text Format (RTF) file; 2) a pdf format file; 3) author’s bio-bibliography and any other information (mailing address, phone number and e-mail, biographical data of approximately 100 words for each author, a total word count, the number of tables and/or figures included, and any acknowledgments) be in word or rtf format.

The entire document should be 1/2 spaced with 2.5 cm margins on all sides and no extra spaces between paragraphs. A 12-point Times New Roman font is required for all text. For notes, a 10-point Times New Roman font is required.

Quotations and references

Any quotation in the body of text requires 4.00 cm left margin and should have an extra space before and beyond.

Any complete reference should be put in a final paragraph, titled “Bibliography”. In the body of the text, including notes, any reference will require the following format: [Author, (ev. year of first publication) year of edition: page(s)].

Final bibliographics references should require the following format:

DERRIDA, Jacques, Politiques de l’amitié, Paris, Galilée, 1994.
WAGNER, Richard, A Obra de Arte do Futuro, trad. José Miranda Justo, Lisboa, Antígona, 2003.

Articles, or book chapters:
ACAMPORA, Christa D., “Naturalism and Nietzsche’s Moral Psychology”, in: Nietzsche-Studien 30 (2001), pp. 1-43.
BERMUDEZ, José, “Bodily Awareness and Self-Consciousness”, in: S. Gallagher (ed.),
The Oxford Handbook of the Self, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2011, pp. 157-178.

Abstract and keywords

Research articles must include an english abstract (250 words) and 4-5 keywords. The abstract should not duplicate the text verbatim but rather include the research question or puzzle, identify the data, and give some indication of the findings. Keywords should be drawn from the content, listed in alphabetical order, and separated by commas; only proper nouns should be capitalized.