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||Croatian Journal of Philosophy
||Croatian journal of philosophy (Online)
Croat. j. philos. (Online)
JÖRGEN SJÖGREN & CHRISTIAN BENNET: The Viability of Social Constructivism as a Philosophy of Mathematics | GEORG SPIELTHENNER: On Practical Reasoning under Ignorance | DAN ZEMAN: Experiencer Phrases, Predicates of Personal Taste and Relativism: On Cappelen and Hawthorne’s Critique of the Operator Argument | VASILIS TSOMPANIDIS: The Structure of Propositions and Cross-linguistic Syntactic Variability | CHEN BO: Kripke’s Semantic Argument against Descriptivism Reconsidered | MARCO MAESTRELLO: An Argument for a Quasi-Dretskian Approach to Causal Explanation | TIAN-QUN PAN: The Logical Structure of Hope | MICHAEL DEVITT: Unresponsive Bach
CROATIAN JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY publishes philosophical work, mainly in analytic philosophy, combining high quality contributions from Central Europe (with a focus upon Croatia, Slovenia and Hungary) and contributions from Western Europe and US.
Editor: Nenad Miščević (University of Maribor)
Advisory Editor: Dunja Jutronić (University of Maribor)
Managing Editor: Tvrtko Jolić (Institute of Philosophy, Zagreb)
Editorial board: Stipe Kutleša (Institute of Philosophy, Zagreb), Davor Pećnjak (Institute of Philosophy, Zagreb), Predrag Šustar (University of Rijeka)
Advisory Board: Elvio Baccarini (Rijeka), Carla Bagnoli (Milwaukee), Boran Berčić (Rijeka), István M. Bodnár (Budapest), Vanda Božičević (New York), Sergio Cremaschi (Vercelli), Michael Devitt (New York), Peter Gärdenfors (Lund), János Kis (Budapest), Friderik Klampfer (Maribor), Željko Loparić (Sao Paolo), Miomir Matulović (Rijeka), Snježana Prijić-Samaržija (Rijeka), Igor Primorac (Melbourne), Howard Robinson (Budapest), Nenad Smokrović (Rijeka), Danilo Šuster (Maribor)
Croatian Journal of Philosophy is rated INT2 (in the field of Philosophy) and INT2 (in the field of Philosophy of Science) in the European Reference Index in the Humanities (ERIH).
It is indexed in
The Philosopher's Index
, International Bibliography of Book Reviews of Scholarly Literature (IBR)
, International Bibliography of Periodical Literature (IBZ)
, Philosophy Research Index
and in Arts & Humanities Citation Index (Web of Science).
All articles, discussions and book reviews from Croatian Journal of Philosophy are available at CEEOL and Philosophy Documentation Center.
Since 2013 to 2016 Croatian Journal of Philosophy would be published in cooperation with the
Institute of Philosophy, Zagreb.
Instructions for Contributors
All submissions should be sent to the e-mail: email@example.com. Submissions must be in English and formatted to be double-spaced with suitably wide margins, an A4 page size, and automatic page numbering.
Articles are normally no longer than 8,000 words of main text including bibliography. The Journal will consider longer papers, but, once these limits are exceeded, authors should bear in mind the editorial policy that the acceptance bar raises with increasing length.
Manuscripts should be compiled in the following order: cover page; title; abstract (not exceeding 200 words); keywords (3 to 6); main text; appendices (as appropriate); references.
All the authors of a paper should include their full names, affiliations, postal addresses, telephone and fax numbers and email addresses on the cover page of the manuscript. If a paper is co-written, one author should be identified as the Corresponding Author. The cover page must be submitted as a separate document. All submitted manuscripts must be prepared for blind review, with revealing acknowledgements and self-identifying references removed.
Sources are cited in the text by the author’s last name, the publication date of the work cited, and a page number if needed, e.g. (Barber 2007: 324). Full details appear in the reference list in which the year of publication appears immediately after the author’s name:
Barber, Alex. 2007. “Linguistic Structure and the Brain.” Croatian Journal of Philosophy 21 (7): 317–341.
Williamson, Timothy. 2013. Identity and Discrimination. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
“Most of these papers arose from very productive conferences in the philosophy of linguistics held annually in Dubrovnik since 2005. As a result most have been published in the Croatian Journal of Philosophy, which has become a center for the philosophy of linguistics.”
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