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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The file submitted for evaluation does not contain information about the form of identification of the author or his institutional affiliation.
  • The contribution is original and unpublished, and is not being evaluated for publication by another journal; otherwise, it should be justified in "Comments to the editor".
  • The submission file is in Microsoft Word, OpenOffice or RTF format.
  • Settings URLs for references were informed when possible.
  • The text follows the style standards and bibliographic requirements described in Guidelines for Authors, on the About the Journal page

Author Guidelines

Articles submitted must follow the following standards:

1) Articles must be submitted through SEER, available at http://kalagatos.com.br/index.php/kalagatos

2) Articles must be typed in * .doc, * .docx or * .rtf. We do not receive manuscripts in file formats that can not be edited.

4) Kalagatos adopts the current ABNT norms (NBR 6022, NBR 6028, NBR 10520 and NBR 14724). Any adaptation should be found in this document.

5) Texts submitted to Kalagatos can be written in Portuguese, English, Spanish, French, Italian and German.

6) As a free access journal, Kalagatos does not have sworn translators and proofreaders. For this reason, the responsibility of translation and revision belongs to the author.

7) Manuscripts should be typed on page size A4, with 3 cm left and top margins and 2 cm right and bottom margins.

8) The text, as for manuscript standardization, should be typed in Times New Roman font, size 12, 1.5 line spacing. The only exceptions are citations with more than 3 lines and footnotes, which should have single-line spacing and font size 10.

9) The first element of the manuscript should be the title and the subtitle, in bold and box-low (to improve search engines efficiency).

10) The author should not write his name in the text body, but in the SEER system.

11) The author should not write his institutional affiliation and academic training in the submitted manuscript, but exclusively insert in the SEER system.

12) Co-authors should also use instructions as items 10 and 11.

13) Subsequently, the article should contain an INDICATIVE SUMMARY (NBR 6028), in the same language as the article has been written, with up to 100 words. Then, there should appear between 3 and 5 KEYWORDS, separated from each other by semicolons (the semicolons adoption is due to the easier indexing and better access to search engines).

14) Following the abstract, the author must add the title and the subtitle in English, in the same format as in item 9.

15) Following the title in English, ABSTRACT and KEYWORDS must follow with the same recommendation of item 13.

16) If the article is written in English, the abstract is replaced by resumo( abstract in Portuguese) and the abstract by theresumo.

17) The manuscript presented as an article should have a dissertation form, presenting elements of introduction, development and conclusion. Therefore, the articles should present a specific and delimited philosophical problem, the problem development, present the research results and finalize the article exposition.

18) The citation references system must follow the author-date call pattern (OVERNIGHT, YEAR, p. ??).

19) Classical philosophy authors may be cited in accordance with internationally accepted standards of reference (Diels-Kranz, Stephanus, Bekker etc.).

20) Authors with complete works collected may have their references indicative conformed to the Standard edition.

21) Book citations should follow the following pattern: LAST NAME, Name. Work Title in bold: subtitle. City: Publisher, year. P.ex .: LARRAURI, Maite. Happiness according to Spinoza. Valencia: Tandem, 2003.

22) Articles published in journals should have the following pattern: LAST NAME, Name. Title: Article subtitle. Magazine name in bold, city, n.?, V.?, Year. E.g.: GAGNEBIN, Jeanne Marie. A negative moral philosophy?Kriterion, Belo Horizonte, v. 49, n.117, 2008.

23) Organized book chapter should have the following pattern: AUTHOR'S LAST NAME, Name. Chapter title: subtitle. In: ORGANIZER'S LAST NAME, Name (Org.). Bold title: subtitle. City: Publisher, year. E.g. .: MENKE, Christoph. Tugend und Reflexion: Die ˝Antinomien der Moralphilosophie”. In: HONNETH, Axel (Org.). Dialektik der Freiheit: Frankfurter Adorno-Konferenz 2003. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 2005.

24) Texts consulted on the internet should follow the same standards as above, adding the following element: Available in: <full link> Access by day month Year. E.g. .: Available at: <http: //www.lib.uchicago. Edu / efts / ARTFL / projects / dicos / BAYLE / search.fulltext.form.html>. Access in 04 Jan. 2009.

25) As an international standard, in order to improve scientific content sharing, a global standard of published works identity was established, called DOI - Digital Object Identifier. Thus, we ask the authors to verify if the work cited has a DOI and, if so, add to the reference. For example, MAGALDI, Felipe Sales. Between the Unconscious and Citizenship. Ponto Urbe, n.18, 2016. DOI: 10.4000 / pontourbe.3001.

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