How to submit an article or review
Estetika welcomes contributions in English on all topics related to philosophical aesthetics, the philosophy of art or the history of aesthetics.
Papers should be sent as Word files by e-mail attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org. They should not exceed 30 standard type-written pages (9,000 words or 54,000 characters with spaces), though in certain cases exceptions may be made. Please include a short biographical note about the author and an English abstract of a maximum of 150 words (900 characters with spaces). A bibliographical list of cited references (in alphabetical order) should be included at the end of the paper. Footnotes, at the bottom of each page, rather than endnotes at the end of the paper, are required. Full reference to each source quoted for the first time in a text should appear as a footnote as well as being included in the list of works cited. Authors are required to get copyright permission for all illustrations and photographs they use. Translators are required to get translation rights. Please do no hesitate to get in touch with the editors if you think they can be helpful in this respect.
All articles are anonymously reviewed. Authors’ names should therefore not appear on manuscripts and any reference to the authors’ previous works should be in the third person. The paper must not be currently under consideration for publication elsewhere. It is the responsibility of the authors to obtain permission to use any previously published material. Authors may use the article elsewhere after publication without prior permission from Estetika, provided that Estetika is acknowledged in writing as the original source of publication and that Estetika is notified, so that our records show that permission has in fact been granted for its use.
Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Jakub Stejskal: email@example.com.
How to Cite
The rules followed by Estetika have The Chicago Manual of Style, 15th edition as their source (a footnote, followed by a bibliographic entry, the N-B system). For numerous specific examples, see chapters 16 and 17 of The Chicago Manual of Style, 15th edition. For Chicago-Style Citation Quick Guide please visit The Chicago Manual of Style Online Website.
All quotations from a language other than the one the article is written in must be translated into the language of the article. The original quotation can be included in the footnotes.