Submission Guidelines

The quarterly Culture and Values accepts texts which result from research into the history of philosophy (and by analogy, into other scholarly disciplines), as well as texts whose authors formulate their own conceptions – both solving theoretical problems and examining practical problems which emerge from contemporary challenges. Texts should be in Polish, English or German and contain an abstract in English, bibliography plus a list of key words. If a text is in Polish, an abstract in Polish should also be included. Footnotes should be at the bottom of the page and formulated as in the following example: (1) N. Hartmann, Ethik, 4 ed. unchanged, Walter de Gruyter & What., Berlin 1962, p. 25; (2) W. Henckmann, Über Vernunft und Gefühl, [in:] Vernunft und Gefühl. Schelers Phänomenologie des emotionalen Lebens, Ed. Ch. Bermes, H. Henckmann, H. Leonardy, Königshausen & Neumann, Würzburg 2003, pp. 9-24; (3) I. Eberhard, Das philosophische Werk Hans Reiners, „Zeitschrift für philosophische Forschung” 1971, vol. 25 , no. 4, pp. 615-618. Texts may not exceed 40,000 signs (1 printed sheet), spaces and notes included, though the editors reserve the right to publish longer texts. The abstract may not exceed 300 words. All submitted typescripts are pre-reviewed by the editorial board and, if accepted, undergo external double-blind review. The publication of a text is conditional upon a positive outcome of the double-blind review. The typescripts are reviewed by two specialists in the field the text explores. The Author is informed of the outcome of the review within three months of the date the editorial board confirmed the text has been received and submitted for review. The review form is available here: Review Form We ask that all submissions be sent exclusively via our new internet site: http://journals.umcs.pl/kw   For the texts accepted for publication the publisher of Culture and Values does not pay royalties. By submitting a text to the quarterly Culture and Values, the Author declares that (1) the text is their own work; (2) the text has not already been published; (3) the text has not been sent for publication at a different publishing house.