The Journal of
the History of Philosophy is an
internal journal that publishes articles,
notes and discussions, current scholarship
reviews, and book reviews in the following
areas: Ancient Greek and Latin Philosophy,
early to late Medieval Philosophy (Latin,
Arabic, Hebrew), and European and
Anglo-American philosophical traditions
from the Renaissance to the 20th century.
We also consider contributions that
explore historical influences among these
areas and with traditions in the history
of philosophy not mentioned here. The
journal publishes material in English,
French, and German. It appears quarterly
in January, April, July, and October.
MANUSCRIPTS should be sent
as e-mail attachments in Microsoft
Word™ documents to email@example.com.
include a short abstract. In
addition, in order for the
refereeing process to start,
include a letter of submission
indicating that the work is
original, has not appeared in
print, and is not under
also include your present
in your letter of submission.
length of an article in JHP is
between 10,000 and 14,000 words including
bibliography and footnotes. Submissions
should not exceed 14,000 words. Discussion
notes are usually between 4,000 and 6,000
words. All direct and indirect references
to the author in the manuscript should be
includes identifying references which
appear unbeknownst to many authors in the
document’s “Properties” section, which is
found under “File” in MS Word.)
Submissions not prepared for blind review
will be returned for correction. For
citation format, please consult the latest
issue and the Chicago Manual of Style.
By submitting a manuscript to
the author acknowledges that the work is
original, has not appeared in print and is
not under consideration elsewhere. It is
the JHP's policy not to consider
for review revisions of papers that have
received a final rejection, even if they
have been significantly modified.
SUBSCRIPTIONS and back issues
are available from: Johns Hopkins
University Press, P. O. Box 19966,
Baltimore, MD 21211-0966, USA.
REVIEW and related correspondence
should be sent to: Professor Giorgio Pini,
JHP Book Review Editor, Fordham
University Philosophy Department, 113 W
60th Street, New York, NY, 10023, USA.