• The articles submitted should be relevant for the problematic area of phenomenology. Any article not related to phenomenology will be automatically rejected. 

  • The texts proposed for publication must be previously unpublished.

  • The texts should not be simultaneously proposed for publication to another journal (or volume), until the author receives the answer from the editorial board of Studia Phaenomenologica. The authors will receive an the decision within 4 months from the receipt of the manuscript; in some cases, the evaluation process might be longer.  

  • The manuscripts should be submitted only in electronic version, via email as attachment, in Word Document format (.doc) or Rich Text Format (.rtf), font size 12, Times New Roman (see CONTACTS). The articles can not be longer than 75.000 characters, including spaces and footnotes. The review-articles can not be longer than 25.000 characters, including spaces and footnotes. The book-reviews can not be longer than 8.000 characters, including spaces (please do not use footnotes).

  • The texts can be written in English, French and German. The editorial board advises the authors writing articles in foreign languages (not native speakers) to have their texts proofread and revised by a native speaker prior to submission.

  • The articles should be accompanied by an abstract written in English (maximum 700 characters) and 5 keywords. The authors are required to use the FORMAL EDITORIAL RULES of the Journal. 

  • Accepted articles can be republished 2 years after the first publication in Studia Phaenomenologica. The authors can make available on personal websites only the pre-publication form of the article (the submitted version) 2 years after the publication.