ENGLISH VERSION

A. Submission Guidelines:

 1. The Online Journal of Hegelian Studies publishes articles, book reviews, and translations concerning Classical German Philosophy and, in particular, Hegel’s philosophy.

2. Submissions are accepted in Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, French, English and German.

3. Each article must include an abstract and keywords in English.

4. Each submission to the Editorial Committee of the Journal must be unpublished, except for original articles in a foreign language translated into Portuguese or original articles in Portuguese translated into a foreign language.

5. All submissions should be sent exclusively to estudoshegelianos@gmail.com, with the manuscript file attached in DOC Word format.

6. Ideas and concepts contained in the manuscript are the responsibility of the author, who must enclose an attestation of authorship.

7. Upon agreement of both parties, the author will be asked to assign copyright of his/her manuscript to The Online Journal of Hegelian Studies. The author is entitled to republish his manuscript in future companions.

8. All submissions will be at first assessed by the Editorial Committee and then reviewed by two ad hoc or external referees, who may: (a) accept the manuscript for publication, (b) accept the manuscript with requirement of some revisions, or (c) reject the manuscript for publication.

9. The Editorial Committee of The Online Journal of Hegelian Studies – under whose responsibility rests the preliminary assessment of all materials submitted for publication – reserves the right to make suggestions to the author regarding the form of the manuscript in order to make it suit the editorial and scientific standards of the Journal. However, no structural modification whatsoever will be published without the author’s prior consent.

10. The final decision regarding the publication of each submission is made by the Editorial Committee of the The Online Journal of Hegelian Studies. The decision will be based both on the assessment of the referees and on the Journal’s Submission Guidelines.

11. The author will be notified by the Editor of the acceptance, acceptance with requirement of some revisions, or rejection of the manuscript. No further consideration shall be accepted upon the final decision.

 

B. Editorial Policies:

     1. On the submission of manuscripts, book reviews, and translations:

 a.  Each material submitted should accompany a Letter of Responsibility, which is not to be enclosed as an attachment, but rather written in the body text of the e-mail message. In such a Letter, the author (and his/her collaborators, in case there are any) attests authorship of the material submitted and assumes responsibility for it. The author also agrees to assign copyright to The Online Journal of Hegelian Studies.

b. The material submitted must be sent exclusively to the e-mail: estudoshegelianos@gmail.com, in two distinct attachment files. The first attachment file should include: title of the manuscript, name of the author(s), affiliation, full postal address of the main author and e-mail address. The second attachment file must bear no trace of the author’s identity. Rather, it should include: title of the manuscript, abstract and the manuscript itself, in DOC Word format, 1.5-spaced, 12p. Times New Roman font. All pages should be numbered but not formatted. However, the following exceptions are allowed: (1) use quotation marks for citations in the body text, (2) italicize titles of books, journals, and terms in languages other than the one in which the manuscript is written.

2. On the abstract:

a. Manuscripts should include an abstract in English with a minimum of 100 words and no more than 200 words, single-spaced and 10p. Times New Roman font.

b. After the abstract, the author should provide between 3 to 5 keywords in English.

3. On quotations and bibliography:

 3.1. Referencing books:

 a. Single-authored books:

– first quotation (as footnote):
FERRARIN, A. Hegel and Aristotle.Cambridge, Mass.: Cambridge University Press, 2001, p. 312-313.

– from the second quotation onwards (as footnote):
FERRARIN. Hegel and Aristotle, p. 312-313.

– in the bibliography:
FERRARIN, Alfredo. Hegel and Aristotle. Cambridge, Mass.: Cambridge University Press, 2001.

 

b. Translations:
– first quotation (as footnote):
MARCUSE, H. Hegel’s Ontology and the Theory of Historicity. Trans. S. Benhabib. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT, 1987, p. 38.

– from the second quotation onwards (as footnote):
MARCUSE. Hegel’s Ontology, p. 38.

– in the bibliography:
MARCUSE, Herbert. Hegel’s Ontology and the Theory of Historicity. Translated by S. Benhabib. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT, 1987.

c. Companions:
– first quotation (as footnote):
HOULGATE, S. (Ed.). Hegel and Philosophy of Nature. Albany: SUNY Press, 1998, p. 14.

– from the second quotation onwards (as footnote):
HOULGATE. Hegel, p. 14.

– in the bibliography:
HOULGATE, Stephen. (Ed.). Hegel and Philosophy of Nature. Albany: SUNY Press, 1998.

3.2. Referencing Book Chapter:

– first quotation (as footnote):
LUKÁCS, G. Die Entäußerung als philosophischer Zentralbegriff der Phänomenologie des Geistes.  In: Fulda, H.F.; Henrich,  D. (Eds.). Materialien zu Hegels Phänomenologie des Geistes.Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 1973, p. 285.

– from the second quotation onwards (as footnote):
LUKÁCS. Die Entäußerung, p. 285.

– in the bibliography:
LUKÁCS, György. Die Entäußerung als philosophischer Zentralbegriff der Phänomenologie des Geistes. In: Fulda, H.F.; Henrich,  D. (Eds.). Materialien zu Hegels Phänomenologie des Geistes. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 1973, p. 284-291.

3.3. Referencing Articles:

 a. Printed articles:
– first quotation (as footnote):
QUANTE, M. Schichtung oder Setzung? Hegels reflexionslogische Bestimmung des Natur-Geist-Verhältnisses. Hegel-Studien, n. 37, 2002, p. 119.

– from the second quotation onwards (as footnote):
Schichtung, p. 119.

– in the bibliography:
QUANTE, Michael. Schichtung oder Setzung? Hegels reflexionslogische Bestimmung des Natur-Geist-Verhältnisses. Hegel-Studien, n. 37, p. 107-121, 2002.

b. Online articles:

– first quotation (as footnote):
NEUSER, W. Entendimento e força: Sobre um aspecto fundamental da filosofia da natureza na Fenomenologia do Espírito de Hegel. Revista Eletrônica de Estudos Hegelianos, n. 5, Issue 9, 2008, p. 42.

– from the second quotation onwards (as footnote):
NEUSER. Entendimento e força, p. 42.

– in the bibliography:
NEUSER, Wolfgang. Entendimento e força: Sobre um aspecto fundamental da filosofia da natureza na Fenomenologia do Espírito de Hegel. Revista Eletrônica de Estudos Hegelianos. n. 5, Issue 9, 2008, p. 37-47. http://www.hegelbrasil.org/reh9/neuser.pdf.

4. On the length of submissions:
a. Article – Number of words suggested: 6,000-12,000.
b. Book Review – Number of words suggested:  1,500-3,000.
c. Translation (submissions of translations of articles and essays are preferred) –  Maximum number of words suggested: 12,000.

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