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Author Guidelines

DOCUMENT

The document should be named as follows: NameSurname-Title_of_the_Text.

The document size should be A4, and saved as a Word format document (.doc or .docx) or in a .rtf format.

 

CONTENT OF THE ARTICLE

 

The articles should contain the following:

  • Title of the article (in Uppercase)
  • Introduction

 

  • Body of the paper

 

  • Conclusion

 

  • Works cited

 

  • Title and abstract in English (150-200 words)
  • List of key words (5-7) in English

 

TEXT

For your text use the font Times New Roman (12pt) with the adequate language input, and line spacing: 1.5.

 

 

CITATIONS AND LIST OF REFERENCES

References should conform to the MLA (Modern Language Association) style (MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 7th ed. (2009)).

 

 

According to the MLA Style sources are cited in the text, in parenthesis, as follows:

 

Format: (Author Last Name Page #)

 

Example: (Feteris 31)

 

Citations in the text must agree exactly with the list of references. All sources that appear in the one place must appear in the other. The reference list should only include works that are cited in the text.

If the author is included more than once on the Works Cited page, the following form should be used

Format: (Author Last Name, "Title Fragment" Page #) or (Author Last Name, Title Fragment Page #)

Example: (Sokal, "Transgressing the Boundaries" 220) or (Sokal, Beyond the Hoax 305)

 

If the title is italicized on the Works Cited page, then the title fragment should be italicized in the parenthetical reference; if the title is put between quotation marks on the Works Cited page, then it should also be  is put between quotation marks in the parenthetical reference.

 

If a paragraph includes several quotations from a single source, the following form should be used:

Format: (Author Last Name Page # of the first quotation, Page # of the second quotation)

Example: (Read 55, 28)

 

 

 

If the text has more than one named author, the following form should be used:

 

Two Authors

Format: (First Author Last Name and Second Author Last Name Page #)

Example: (Cohen and Nagel 3)

 

Three Authors

Format: (First Author Last Name, Second Author Last Name, and Third Author Last Name Page #)

Example: (Booth, Colomb and Williams 14)

 

 

More than Three Authors

Format: (First Author Last Name et al. Page #)

Example: (Hodges et al. 406)

 

 

List of references (works cited)

The reference list, ordered alphabetically, should only include works that are cited in the text.

 

The entries in the Works cited page should follow the following form:

 

Book by one author

Format:

Author Last, First. Title. Location of Publisher: Publisher, Year of Publication. Print.

 

Sample Citation:

 

Sorensen, Roy. Seeing Dark Things: The Philosophy of Shadows. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008. Print.

 

 

Book by two authors:

Format:

Author Last, First, and First Last. Title. Location of Publisher: Publisher, Year of Pub. Print.

 

Sample Citation:

Eemeren, Frans H. van, and Rob Grootendorst. Speech Acts in Argumentative Discussions.Dordrecht: Foris, 1984. Print.

 

 

 

Book by multiple authors

Format:

Author Last, First, Author First Last, and Author First Last. Title. Location

of Publisher: Publisher, Year of Pub. Print.

 

 

[Note: If a source has more than three authors, only the first author should be listed, with the Latin phrase “et al.” (meaning “and others”) following their name.]

 

Sample Citation:

Kroll, Peter, Richard Ashcraft, and Peter Zagorin. Philosophy, Science and Religion in England 1640–1700. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992. Print.

 

Gray, Joseph R., et al. How Brown Johnson and Kirk Got It Wrong. Chicago:

Ellsworth, 2005. Print.

 

Electronic book

Format:

Author Last, First. Title. Location of Publisher: Publisher, Year of Pub.

Electronic Publisher. Web. Date of Access.

 

Sample Citation:

Searle, John R. Philosophy in a New Century: Selected Essays. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008. ebrary. Web. 4 Dec. 2012.

 

Chapter in a book

Format:

Author Last, First. "Title of Chapter/Article." Title of Book. Ed. First Last.

Location of Publisher: Publisher, Year of Publication. Inclusive page numbers. Print.

 

Sample Citation:

 

Penner, Terry. "The Historical Socrates and Plato's Early Dialogues: Some Philosophical Questions." New Perspectives on Plato: Modern and Ancient. Eds. Julia Annas, Chistopher Rowe. Washington D.C.: Center for Hellenic Studies, 2002. 189-213. Print.

 

Journal article (print)

Format:

Author Last, First. "Title." Journal Name Volume Number.Issue Number

(Year of Pub): inclusive page numbers. Print.

 

[Note: If the issue number is not available, add the month or season of publication in

parentheses with the year. See samples under “Journal Article: Multiple Authors.”]

 

Sample Citation:

Freeland, Cynthia. "Feminism and Ideology in Ancient Philosophy." Apeiron: A Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 33.4 (2000): 365-406. Print.

 

Journal article (multiple authors)

Format:|

Author Last, First, and Author First Last. "Title." Journal Name Volume

Number.Issue Number (Year of Pub): inclusive page numbers. Print.

 

[Note: If a source has more than three authors, only the first author should be listed, with the Latin phrase “et al.” (meaning “and others”) following their name.]

 

Sample Citation:

 

 

Gautreau, Ronald, and Jeffrey M. Cohen. "Birth and Death of a Black

Hole." American Journal of Physics 65 (May 1997): 444-6. Print.

 

Machamer, Peter, Lindley Darden and Carl F. Craver. “Thinking About Mechanisms.” Philosophy of Science 67.1 (2000): 1-25. Print.

 

 

Journal article published only online

Format:

Author Last, First. "Title." Journal Name Volume Number.Issue Number

(Year of Pub): inclusive page numbers. Web. Day Month Year of Access.

 

[Note: If an article online is not paginated, include the abbreviation “n. pag.” instead.]

 

Sample Citation:

 

Blanchette, Patricia A. “Frege on Shared Belief and Total Functions.” The Journal Of Philosophy 109 (Jan./Feb. 2012): 9-40. Web. 23 Mar. 2012.

 

 

 

Journal article from a full-text database

 

Format:

Author Last, First. "Title." Journal Name Volume Number.Issue Number

(Year of Pub): inclusive page numbers. Database Name. Web. Day Month

Year of Access

 

Sample Citation:

Ferrell, Robert H. "Truman's Place in History." Reviews in American

History 18.1 (1990): 1-9. JSTOR. Web. 3 Feb. 2005.

 

 

Multi-pages internet site (site as a whole)

 

Format:

Author Last, First. Title of Site. Sponsoring organization if available, Day Month Year of

Publication/Latest Update. Web. Day Month Year of Access.

 

Sample Citation:

 

Lepage, Denis. Avibase: The World Bird Database. Bird Studies Canada, 2005.

Web. 15 July 2005.

 

Multi-page Internet site (single page)

 

Format:

Author Last, First. "Title of Page." Title of Site. Sponsoring organization if available,

Day Month Year of Publication. Web. Day Month Year of Access.

 

Sample Citation:

LaBossiere, Mike. “Splitting Marriage: Theological Union.” The Philosophers Magazine. 3 July 2013. Web. 8 July 2013.

 

For the format of reference to any other kind of document, please consult the MLA Style Citations, 7th ed.

 

 

Sources:

 

http://lib.trinity.edu/research/citing/mlacitationstyle7thedition.pdf

https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/03/

 

 

FOOTNOTES

Footnotes (not endnotes) may be used for explanatory (not documentary) purposes.

 

QUOTATIONS

 

Short quotations (fewer than four lines) should be enclosed within double quotation marks.

Quotations longer than four lines should be placed in a free-standing block of text; in that case, quotation marks should be omitted. The quotation should start on a new line, and the entire quote should be indented one inch (2,54 cm.) from the left margin.

 

FIGURES

The Figures should be black and white, acceptable formats: png, jpg, eps.

Resolution: 300 pix.

 

 

TRANSLITERATION

 

The transliteration of Macedonian names should be made according to the following table:

 

А а

А

а

Б б

В

b

В в

V

v

Г г

G

g

Д д

D

d

Ѓ ѓ

Gj

gj

Е е

Е

е

Ж ж

Zh

zh

3 з

Z

z

Ѕ ѕ

Dz

dz

И и

I

i

Ј ј

Ј

ј

К к

К

к

Л л

L

l

Љљ

Lj

lj

М м

М

м

 

 

 

Н н

N

n

Њ њ

Nj

nj

О о

O

o

П п

Р

p

Р р

R

г

С с

S

ѕ

Т т

T

т

Ќ ќ

Kj

кj

У у

U

U

Ф ф

F

f

Х х

H

h

Ц ц

Тѕ

Ч ч

Ch

ch

Џ џ

Dzh

dzh

Ш ш

Sh

ѕh

   

 

 

 

Copyright Notice

RIGHTS

 

All rights remain with the authors. Authors retain the right to republish their articles with a note indicating that they were first published in the journal Филозофија/Filozofija.

 

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