Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

Lexicon Philosophicum is a peer-reviewed, open access journal, with an interdisciplinary character. It aims at contributing critical essays, short articles, text editions, and critical bibliographical reports on intellectual history by focussing on philosophical and scientific texts. Particular attention is devoted to technical and specialised terminology, lexica, and translations. A specific section is open to contributions in the field of Digital Humanities (such as digital scholarly editions, corpora creation, semantic web research).

 

Section Policies

CONTENTS

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EDITORIAL

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INVITED PAPERS

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ARTICLES

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INTERVIEWS

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NOTES & DISCUSSIONS

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COLOPHON

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Peer Review Process

Lexicon Philosophicum is a double-blind peer reviewed journal.

The 2011 and 2012 issues are part of the European projectJournal Homepage Image AgoraScholarly Open Access Research in European Philosophy (2011-2013). Author who wish to submit a manuscript to the journal, as part of the editorial process, agree to participate in the experiment evaluation. The goal of the experiment is to enhance and determine standards for peer review in the humanities and social science in the field of open collaborative peer review.

The Peer Review process consists into three main stages:

  1. General eligibility and quality check by the editors. The editorial procedures will be designed to follow best practice concerning excellence, impartiality, transparency, purposefulness, efficiency, confidentiality and integrity (cf. European Peer Review Guide, pp.12-16).

  2. Double-blind peer review stage, in which the identity of the reviewers and the authors is kept confidential from each other.

  3. One-month of open-review, during which registered users of the journal platform will be enabled to comment on and to discuss the selected and peer reviewed papers. Authors will be able to use these comments and discussions to revise their final submission for publication.

Lexicon Philosophicum follows the European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity

 

Open Access Policy

Lexicon Philosophicum provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

The contributions published in the journal are made available in Open Access under the Creative Commons General Public License Attribution, Non-Commercial, Share-Alike version 3.0 (CCPL BY-NC-SA). Such a licence, while granting the paternity and integrity to the original author(s), permits public and unrestricted access to the works, their use, copy, reproduction, and redistribution, provided that such uses are not commercial. It also allows the creation of derivative works (such as translations and adaptations), provided that the derivative works are distributed under the same licence as the original works

 

Archiving

This journal utilizes the LOCKSS system to create a distributed archiving system among participating libraries and permits those libraries to create permanent archives of the journal for purposes of preservation and restoration. More...

 


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Periodico iscritto al n. 216/2013 del Registro della Stampa del Tribunale Civile di Roma. Direttore responsabile: Antonio Lamarra - Condirettore: Roberto Palaia