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KRITERION — Journal of Philosophy is a forum for contributions in any field of analytic philosophy. We welcome submissions of previously unpublished papers, not under consideration for publication anywhere else. Submissions are reviewed in double-blind peer review mode. Contributions should meet the following conditions:
- The content must be original and philosophical.
- The language must be intelligible to a broader readership.
- The contribution must contain a traceable argumentation.
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- The manuscript will be given to KRITERION — Journal of Philosophy if accepted for publication by the editors.
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- Papers should be submitted via ScholarOne: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/kriterion/
- Only contributions in English are accepted.
- Papers should include a short abstract in English followed by 3 to 6 keywords.
- Papers should be between 4.000 and 12.000 words in length.
- To guarantee a double-blind peer review procedure, papers should not contain any author or affiliation information.
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