Editorial rules

(Last update: February 2019)

Before writing an article on NumET, please read very carefully these editorial rules. Failure to comply with these rules may involve the deleting of the article without notice.

Premise

NumET is an open and participated reality, and we strongly encourage the contribution of all users. However, we can not accept any proposal without distinction: before submitting an article, make sure to know in depth the topic you are dealing with, to treat it with competence and methodological rigor, to provide a satisfactory apparatus of references. Articles of poor quality, devoid of scientific rigor and a solid apparatus of references, will be deleted.
By submitting an article, you declare that your contribution is original, that you have not copied the contents of other authors, and that you have cited correctly and always the work of other authors. We assume no responsibility in case of violation of the rights of third parties: if we detect (or be reported) any kind of violation, we will delete the article immediately, permanently and without notice.

Fill out the form in all its parts

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Suggestion: even if we provide a very well done Text Editor to write articles, we suggest you to compose your text on your pc, and then to copy and paste it on our Text Editor, making only minor changes here.

Length

The length of articles should be between 10,000 and 30,000 types, including notes and bibliography. If you exceed them, we may cut some parts of your article without notice.

Footnotes

A scientific article must have a good apparatus of bibliographical references. If you do not enter notes, it's easier that we will not accept your article. To insert a note, go to >format>superscript and add the note's number, then insert the note at the end of the article.

How to write references

Here some example:
Authored books
K. Ameriks, Kant’s Theory of Mind. An Analysis of the Paralogisms of Pure Reason, Oxford 1982, p. 25.
K. Ameriks, Kant’s Theory of Mind. An Analysis of the Paralogisms of Pure Reason, (1982), Oxford 2000, 2nd ed., p. 25.
I. Kant, Kritik der reinen Vernunft. Erste Auflage (1781), in: Immanuel Kants Gesammelte Werke, Akademie Ausgabe, vol. IV, herausgegeben von der Königlisch Preußischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, G. Reimer, Berlin 1911, p. 17.
Aristotle, Metaphysica, 1005a, 109.

Co-authored and edited books
A. Berthoz, J.L. Petit, Phénoménologie et physiologie de l’action, Paris 2006, p. 67.
Y.H. Gunther (ed.), Essay on Nonconceptual Content, London 2003.
S. Pocket, W.P. Banks, S. Gallagher (eds.), Does Consciousness Cause Behavior?, London 2006.

Chapters in edited books
S. Gallagher, Where’s the Action? Epiphenomenalism and the Problem of Free Will, in: S. Pocket, W.P. Banks, S. Gallagher (eds.), Does Consciousness Cause Behavior?, London 2006, pp. 109-124.
S. Choudhury, S.-J. Blakemore, Intentions, Actions, and the Self, in: S. Pocket, W.P. Banks, S. Gallagher (eds.), Does Consciousness Cause Behavior?, London 2006, pp. 39-51.

Journal articles
S.M. Bredlau, A Respectful World: Merleau-Ponty and the Experience of Depth, in: «Human Studies», vol. 33, n. 4, 2010, pp. 411-423.

Tanslations
I. Kant, Kritik der reinen Vernunft. Zweite Auflage (1787), in: Immanuel Kants Gesammelte Werke, Akademie Ausgabe, vol. III, herausgegeben von der Königlisch Preußischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, G. Reimer, Berlin 1911, p. 51 (Critique of Pure Reason, traslated by J.M.D. Meiklejohn, H.J. Bohn, London 1855, p. 23).
A. Berthoz, J.L. Petit, Phénoménologie et physiologie de l’action, Paris 2006, p. 67 (The Physiology and Phenomenology of Action, translated by C. Macann, Oxford (UK) 2008, p. 61).

Contribution in conference proceedings
A. Scafi, The Garden of Eden Egidio da Viterbo, christian Kabbalist, in S. Colonna (eds), Rome between the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, conference proceedings (Rome 1996), Rome 2004, pp. 209-221.

Catalog record
A. Barsanti, Cecco Bravo: “St. George and the Dragon”, in A. Barsanti, R. Contini (eds), Cecco Bravo, painter without rules. Florence 1601, cat. the exhibition (Florence, Casa Buonarroti, 23 June to 30 September 1999), Milano 1999, pp. 76-77, cat. 18.

Already cited works and quotations sequences
In case of reference to already cited works use title abbreviation followed by “cit.” and page(s). See below:

K. Ameriks, Kant’s Theory of Mind cit., p. 30.

In case of an immediate sequence of quotations from the same work but referring to different pages use: Author’s name followed by “ivi” (italic) and page number(s); for a sequence of quotations from the same work and the same page use “ibidem” (italic) only.

1. K. Ameriks, Kant’s Theory of Mind. An Analysis of the Paralogisms of Pure Reason, Oxford 1982, p. 25.
2. K. Ameriks, ivi, p. 30.
3. Ibidem.

For translations
1. I. Kant, Kritik der reinen Vernunft. Zweite Auflage (1787), in: Immanuel Kants Gesammelte Werke, Akademie Ausgabe, vol. III, herausgegeben von der Königlisch Preußischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, G. Reimer, Berlin 1911, p. 51 (Critique of Pure Reason, traslated by J.M.D. Meiklejohn, H.J. Bohn, London 1855, p. 23).
2. Ivi, p. 52 (p. 24).
3. Ibidem.
4. Ibidem (p. 25). NB: This is in case the translation page doesn’t correspond to referred original edition only.

Archival references
Quotes from codes or archival documents must indicate: the place, the file name or the library, indication of the substrate and of the document, according to the following examples:

Vaticano, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana (BAV), Vat. Lat. 13650, c. 36v
Rome, State Archives (ASR), Thirty Capitoline Notaries, phew. 11, Angelus Justinianus, vol. 8, c. 15r.
Archivio comunale di Fermo (d’ora in poi ACFm), fondo diplomatico n.1169; MSHSM, I, doc. CCXXXVI; Državni Arhiv u Dubrovniku (d’ora in poi DADU) 7.3.3 acta S. Mariae Maioris, 13, n. 168- 270.
ASBo, Ufficio dei Riformatori degli Estimi, Estimi (d’ora in poi ASBo, Estimi), s. II, b. 44 (1296-1297), Porta Stiera, S. Maria Maggiore, c. 632r.

Images

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Final approval

After you submit your article, we will take a few days to evaluate it. We may make some changes or ask you to make some changes, or refuse it without notice if it doesn't respect these editorial rules or contents are of insufficient quality for publication.