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Call for Papers

Indications for articles

  • Articles will not exceed 5000 words, including footnotes and bibliography, and a summary in Spanish of between 100 and 300 words must be attached.

  • Articles will be written in Times New Roman 12 single line spacing (including references and citations). All pages must be numbered and have margins of at least 2 centimeters or more (2.5 cm recommended).

  • Articles will be sent in Word, RTF, Opendocument or PDF format by email. Those articles that include symbols or images should also be sent in PDF to avoid distortions.

  • Articles can be in any official and co-official language of Spain and English.

  • Authors are advised to create an ORCID identification, so that they do not confuse their work with that of another person with the same name and / or surname.


Authors must verify that their submission meets the following guidelines. Submissions that do not meet any of these guidelines may be rejected.

  • The petition has not been previously published, nor has it been submitted to another journal.

  • The text meets the bibliographic and style requirements outlined in the Guidelines for Articles.

  • If an article includes any type of material that requires permission for its reproduction, you must do so and provide the editor with the corresponding permissions. The publisher, in any case, is exempt from all responsibility derived from the possible infringement of intellectual property rights by the author.

  • You can check our Publication Policy here .

Other types of work

Reviews not bear the title (the title is the citation of the book recensionado) notes and footnotes or end of the text or bibliography.

  • Recommended size: 2-4 pages (no more than 2500 words).

  • Title example: Putnam, Hilary (2005): Ethics without Ontology. Cambridge: HUP, 176 p.


Translations of articles (not of books or book chapters) are allowed, which must be accompanied by the necessary permissions to comply with the legality of editorial and author rights.


Photo galleries with philosophical content, accompanied by texts, poems, etc. are allowed.


Thus, works on movies or series (Hachiko, Evangelion, etc) are also accepted.

Bibliographic references

Following the APA citation standards, in the article, bibliographic citations can be presented in two ways:

  • Integrated in the text. In this case, the complete bibliographic reference must appear in the final bibliographic list, p. eg, "Kant (2016, p. 257) indicates that the category of ...."

  • In footnote.

    • In books: Parfit, D. (1986). Reasons and Persons. Oxford: OUP.

    • In magazine articles: Yablo, S. (2012). Explanation, Extrapolation and Existence. Mind 121 (484), 1007-1029.

    • In book chapters: Margolis, J. (2000). The Deviant Ontology of Artworks. In Carrol, N. (ed.), Theories of Art Today. London: The University of Wisconsin Press, 109-129.


Given the virtual nature of our publications, there is a preference for bibliographic citations integrated into the text. Footnotes will be modified to appear at the end of the article, before the bibliography.

All articles must include a list of bibliographic references at the end of the work. The bibliographic list must be ordered alphabetically by the author's last name and, where appropriate, by the same author, in chronological order. The punctuation and order of the references will be the same as in the bibliographic citations.

If you don't know how to cite a document, you can use this page: .

You can also use ProQuest RefWorks to export the citation of used articles and books and save them to your personal account and cite them in any way you want.


By posting to VERITAS/ estudiantes de filosofía, the author or author assigns all the rights of exploitation and modification of his article to the same, which, with the conditions and limitations established by the legislation on intellectual property, is the copyright holder.

Unless otherwise indicated, all contents are distributed under a Creative Commons International license (CC BY-SA 4.0). Any form of reproduction, distribution, public communication or transformation of this work not included in the Creative Commons BY-SA 4.0 license can only be carried out with the recognition of the owners, except as provided for by law.

Additional Information

The mail will be responded to within a maximum period of 7 days as confirmation of arrival.
The documents will be reviewed and delivered again to the author within a period of 30 calendar days from the confirmation with the pertinent suggestions, and if they are satisfied, they will be published.
In times of examinations it is possible that the time is delayed; it will be notified in any case.

Submission form

Thank you for your collaboration!

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