ISSN: 1221-8413 ;
The Scientific Annals of "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University of Iasi (New Series). Philosophy (ISSN
1221-8413) is the international magazine of the Philosophy Department, Faculty of Philosophy and
Social-Political Sciences of "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University, Iasi. Between 1955, when it was
created, and 1964, the magazine was published under the title Annals of "A.I. Cuza" University
Iasi. New Series, 3rd section: Social Sciences. From 1967 until 1990, it was called Annals of "A.I.
Cuza" University Iasi. New Series, 3rd section: Social Sciences. Philosophy, and since 1990 it has
been published under the current title. The magazine comes out once a year, at the end of October
(deadline for submissions: May 31), at "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University Press, Iasi.
We publish original articles from all areas of philosophy, irrespective of the school of thinking the
author belongs to, or his/her philosophical orientation. We only publish articles that have not been
published before, in other magazines or volumes. Republication of an already published article is
possible only in exceptional cases. We also publish translations from classical or contemporary
authors, but this cannot exceed 10% of the total number of texts in each issue. We also publish
book reviews and philosophy conference notes. Debates and academic polemics are also welcome.
Texts can be in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. Occasionally we publish also texts in
Romanian. The length of texts submitted for publication should be: 3,000-7,000 words for articles,
and 1,000-2,000 words for reviews.
Any opinions expressed in the published texts belong to the authors and do not represent the point
of view of the publishers, editors, or members of the editorial board. Authors must take full
responsibility for the ideas they express in their articles.
Two independent examiners, who are international specialists in philosophy, are in charge with
evaluating the articles. The evaluation period is 2-3 months, and authors will be informed about the
results of the evaluation. Occasionally, authors may be asked to make some changes in their texts
The magazine is distributed internationally, amongst various university libraries from all over the
world. The magazine is available free of charge in its electronic format on Faculty of Philosophy
and Social-Political Sciences' website: http://anale.fssp.uaic.ro.
Authors will receive a hard copy of the magazine and/or 5 excerpts.
Texts will be submitted by e-mail (as attachments): email@example.com, and two hard
copies will be sent by regular post to: "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University Iasi, Faculty of
Philosophy and Social-Political Sciences, for the attention of the editorial office of The Scientific
Annals of "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University of Iasi (New Series). Philosophy, Bd. Carol I, no. 11,
700506 Iasi, Romania.
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in the magazine, in their original or in a changed form, with a note about the fact that they were
first published in our magazine.
Authors should include a 10-line summary of their text in English, together with the English
version of the title. 5-10 key words should also be provided, in English, after the summary. This
applies to reviews, notes, and critical debates as well.
Authors should also submit a short biography to the editorial office, mentioning the institution they
are affiliated with, their title and didactic or research degree, the title of their doctoral thesis and the
year of its defense, their areas of competency and interest, the disciplines they teach and/or the
research projects they have undertaken, their contact details (including e-mail address) and a short
list of their main publications. This bio-bibliographical note should not exceed 10 lines and should
be sent separately.
Texts should be written in view of a peer-review evaluation type. For this purpose, authors should
write their name on a separate sheet (rather than at the beginning or at the end of the article), which
should be placed before the first text page. This page should contain: the name and didactic or
research degree of the author, and the institution that he/she is affiliated with. In view of a pertinent
evaluation, authors should not include in the text anything that could reveal their identity.
Texts should be edited in Microsoft Word, using the Times New Roman font, 12 pt size.
Notes will be placed at the bottom of the page (as footnotes), using the Times New Roman font, 10
References to author books will be given in the following format: author, title (in italics), the
number of the volume (if applicable), edition (if applicable), translator (if applicable), city,
publishing house, year, page.
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title (normal writings, in inverted commas), in Author (ed.), title (in italics), the number of the
volume (if applicable), edition (if applicable), the author of the translation (if applicable), city,
publishing house, year, page.
References to articles published in magazines will be given in the following format: author, title
(normal writings, in inverted commas), the title of the magazine (in italics), issue number, year,
The bibliography will be placed at the end of the text.
Call for papers
Deadline for issue number LX: 31st May 2013