Editorial Policies

Section Policies

Editorial

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Interview

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Invited papers

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Articles (currently under open peer-review)

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Notes & Discussions

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Peer Review Process

Open Peer Review/Commenting Guidelines

1. Registered users can access to the Pre-print for comments using their log in and password to Lexicon Philosophicum.
2. New users should first register to Lexicon Philosophicum to have access to the Pre-print for comments.
3. Constructive comments and criticism are expected, which may help the author to improve his or her text. The editors have the right to delete comments, which in their judgment do not adhere to the norms expected in a collegial discussion.
4. Commentators are requested to use the platform for comments only and not to approach the authors personally. Commentators will appear as peers i.e. by their real names.
5. Comments must be referred to by quoting the page number, or the passage commented upon.
6. Pre-printed versions of the articles should not be cited elsewhere as they are works in progress. The issue of the journal will be available in Open Access form in February 2014.
7. In case an article needs to be mentioned as forthcoming, Editors should first be contacted.

This open review procedure is designed and evaluated by the EC-project Agora: http://www.project-agora.eu

 

Open Access Policy

Lexicon Philosophicum provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

The contributions published in the journal are made available in Open Access under the Creative Commons General Public License Attribution, Non-Commercial, Share-Alike version 3.0 (CCPL BY-NC-SA). Such a licence, while granting the paternity and integrity to the original author(s), permits public and unrestricted access to the works, their use, copy, reproduction, and redistribution, provided that such uses are not commercial. It also allows the creation of derivative works (such as translations and adaptations), provided that the derivative works are distributed under the same licence as the original works

 


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