3. The length of Studies (Studi) submissions should not exceed 70,000 characters (11,000 words), including keywords, abstract, spaces and footnotes. The author’s name should immediately follow the title, along with a note containing the author’s email, full address, and academic institution. Both the Studies and Notes must be divided into paragraphs with Arabic numerals and subtitles. All notes must be formatted as footnotes, not endnotes.
Editors can request a consistent reduction of accepted submissions.
3. Studies must include a summary that reflects the divisions of the work in addition to the abstract.
4. Citations should have the following structure:
a) for books:
S.L. Brock, Action and Conduct, T&T Clark, Edinburgh 1998, pp. 95-102.
b) for collaborations of a collective work:
P. Sabuy Sabangu, Cultura e razionalità, la pluralità delle culture e l’interculturalità, in F. Russo (a cura di), Natura, cultura, libertà, Armando, Roma 2010, pp. 39-63.
c) for journal articles:
M. Pakaluk, The Great Question of Practical Truth, and a Diminutive Answer, «Acta Philosophica», I/19 (2010), pp. 145-160.
When a work is cited more than once in an article, it should be written as, S.L. Brock, o.c., p. 171; or, if the title is repeated, S.L. Brock, Action and Conduct, cit., p. 171. It is better to avoid "pub." or "publisher", except in cases where the word is an integral part of a name.
6. Quotations occurring within another quotation should be indicated using a different sign ("text") from the one that defines the text and contains the quote («text»). Words in languages different from that used in the main text should be written in italics, without quotation marks.