· Dr. Stephen Thornton (Editor), Dept. of Philosophy, MIC, University of Limerick, Ireland.
· Dr. Eugene O'Brien (Reviews Editor), Head, Department of English, MIC, University of Limerick, Ireland.
· Dr. Tom Duddy, Dept. of Philosophy, NUI, Galway, Ireland.
· Dr. Costica Bradatan, The Knight Institute, 101 McGraw Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, USA.
· Dr. Jones Irwin, Department of Education, St.
Patrick's College, Drumcondra, Dublin, Ireland.
Minerva is an electronic journal of philosophy. It is published annually and is available on an open-access basis on the Internet. The journal publishes articles relating to philosophy construed in a broad but scholarly sense, without preference for any particular school or intellectual tradition. Each volume will appear in the month of November. As an electronic journal, Minerva provides swift publication and distribution, while reaction to published articles can be garnered with equal speed. It is intended that the journal will foster debate by publishing considered replies to certain articles and providing a forum for scholarly discourse.
It is intended that each volume of Minerva will include articles which have been submitted to the editor over the World Wide Web. Submissions are therefore sought on any topic from professional philosophers and other suitably qualified individuals, and may range from formal scholarly treatises to reviews and discursive or colloquial discussions which would be accessible and intelligible to any literate reader. Submissions are judged exclusively on their philosophical merits. The decision of the editorial board on the acceptability of any submitted article is final, and correspondence will be not be entered into in relation to any submission which is not accepted for publication in the Journal.
Articles should be submitted (Word, RTF or HTML format) by e-mail to Dr. Stephen Thornton, or by surface post on diskette only, to:
Dr. Stephen Thornton,
Department of Philosophy
Mary Immaculate College (University of Limerick),
South Circular Road,
Manuscripts should be anonymised for blind refereeing, and contributors are asked to number all pages.
The Harvard style of referencing should be used.
The number of footnotes should be limited as much as possible, but a small number may be retained if necessary for essential parenthetical comments.
If there is more than one reference per year from an author, these should be distinguished with letters after the year, e.g. 1995a, 1995b.
A complete reference list must be supplied at the end of the paper. Please list in alphabetical order of first author's surname and initials. Book and journal titles should be given in full.
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