Etica-mente is also a philosophical yearly academic journal with ISSN 2724-3745, enlisted as Scientific Journal by ANVUR for Area 11.

The journal calls for papers on specific topics and also invites submissions on any topics of the author’s choice. Accepted languages are Italian and English. Please, see the current CFP and deadlines for the next upcoming issue.


The proposal should offer a philosophical analysis about the topic and should not exceed the length of 30,000 characters, including spaces, abstract and references. Please, follow the editorial formatting style guidelines on our website before submitting a proposal.

Etica-mente is an Open Access journal, with double blind peer review and associates a DOI to each article. The articles are distributed under the Creative Common license (CC BY 4.0).

The submission should be sent to [email protected], containing 3 files:
1) anonymous paper
2) abstract (max 100 words)
3) author’s biographical-academic and contact information.

For more details, please feel free to contact the editorial board at [email protected].


.doc or .docx

12, Times New Roman

Justified, no tabs, line spacing 1

30,000 characters, spaces included – abstract and references included (10,000 for reviews)
200 words for the abstract (in English only)
5 keywords (in English only), separated by a comma

Submissions must comply with the blind review, so 3 files must be submitted:
1) anonymous paper
2) abstract
3) author’s bio-academic and contact information


The system is author-date:

(Last name, year, page)

In case of 2 authors:

Last name 1, Last Name 2, year, page)

In case of 3 or more authors

(Last name 1 et al., year, page)

Use quotation marks “…”, not «…». Within quotations use single marks ‘…’.

It is recommended to separate the paper into paragraphs, with number and title. Footnotes must be strictly limited.


References must be placed at the end of the paper and following these rules:

• For books:

Last name, N. Year. Title. Place: Publisher

For editions different from the first one:

Last name, N. Year of the first edition. Title. Place: Publisher, Year of the used edition.

For Italian translations:

Last name, N. Year of the first edition. Original title. Place: Publisher (transl., Title. Place: Publisher, Year).

• For articles in journals, magazines, newspapers:

Last name, N. Year. “Title”. Journal, volume/issue, pages

Last name, N. Year. “Title”. Newspaper, date

• For essays in books:

Last name, N. Year. Title of the essay. In N. Last name (ed.), Title of the book. Place: Publisher, pages

In case of more books from the same author and the same year add a progressive letter after the year:

Last name, N. Yeara. Title. Place: Publisher

Last name, N. YearbTitle. Place: Publisher


One space only between words. One space after punctuation, never before. No spaces within brackets. No spaces in numbers and dates (eg. 15-16, 2005-2006).


No dots, eg. BBC, USA, NATO, DC, PCI.


Italics must be used for:

1) Titles of works of any kind;

2) For any foreign or technical term.

For terms from non-Latin alphabets, use transliterated Latin alphabet.