Phenomenology and Mind invites free submissions both systematic (or in cooperation with experimental research), and scholarly/historical in nature.
Among its most frequent topics: Phenomenological Approaches to Mind and Cognition; the Embodied Mind; Issues in Social Ontology; Values/Norms; Ways of Direct Cognition (Perception, Emotion, Empathy); Personhood and Rational Agency; Aesthetics; Phenomenological Psychology and Psychopathology; Analytic philosophy (Mind and Language); Gender studies (Gendered personal Identity; Rights and equality; hate speech) Depending on the Research Centres charged with the production of particular issues, subjects closer to public debates are occasionally addressed, such as subjects pertaining to Bioethics and Public Ethics, Public Policies and Political Theory, Europe and the European Union.
Submissions must be prepared for double blind review. Manuscripts – in .doc format – should not contain any identifying information and must not exceed 6000 words (references included).
Moreover, they must contain:
- An abstract of no more than 150 words
- 4/5 keywords
For stylistic details, see: Author guidelines;
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The author should register here and then log in to submit her paper. Please, be sure to submit your paper to the section “Free Submission”.
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