Normas de Colaboración

Formal aspects of manuscript submission

  1. The articles and essays must include in both English and Spanish the title, abstract (up to 200 words) and five keywords.
  2. Articles should use the structure: introduction, methodology, results and conclusion.
  3. The essays should consist of three main parts: Introduction, Development and Conclusion. The development section does not necessarily carry the subtitle "Development", rather the instruction means that after presenting the structure of the essay in the introduction, then the main argument develops, which ends in a summary form in the conclusion.
  4. The author should be written as follows: Name, Last Name (email address), Institution (City, Country).
  5. Example: Carlos Eduardo Maldonado ( Faculty of Political Science and Government, University of Rosario (Bogota, Colombia)
  6. If the author wishes to use his mother's maiden name, use the following example: Marcelo Arnold-Cathalifaud.
  7. The author can only represent one institution in the manuscript.
  8. The author should indicate its ORCID number.
  9. The author must attach information about previous publications using any of the following systems: ORCID, Authors Redalyc, Mendeley,, ResearchGate, pages or university research organizations. You can also submit your CV.
  10. The format of the manuscript should be basic, i.e., a common font (Arial or Times New Roman), use only bold and italics (do not use underline), with basic tables and preferably without graphic images.
  11. Manuscripts should be up to 9,000 words in total (considering the entire document, including the bibliography).
  12. In the article, references should be as follows (González 2016: 252).
  13. Do not use footnotes (or notes) for citation.
  14. Do not use footnotes (all content should be within the body of the text).
  15. It should be incorporated in the bibliography only authors cited in the article. Therefore, if the text Popper (1994: 264) is mentioned in the literature can only appear, to give an example, Popper, K. 1994. conjectures and refutations: the development of scientific knowledge. Barcelona: Polity Press. While it is understood that the author has read other books and articles from Popper, that reference should not be included, since was not directly quoted in the publication, following this fictional case.
  16. Do not include references without citing them, i.e., the journal seeks actual quotes in the body of the manuscript, avoiding forms such as Cf, further information or references general.
  17. One third of the literature should be at least research articles.
  18. The articles cited should be a maximum of 10 years old. Exceptions are considered if it affects the development of the argument.
  19. All articles should indicate their number doi (digital object identifier). If this is not possible, indicate the url (web address).

Reference style

Use the following when citing:

Journal article:

Epstein, B. 2016. A framework for social ontology. Philosophy of the social sciences 46(2): 147-167. doi: 10.1177/0048393115613494


Donohoe, J. 2017. Place and phenomenology. London: Rowman & Littlefield International

Book chapter:

Crasnow, S. 2014. Feminist standpoint theory, pp. 145-161. In: N. Cartwright & E. MontuschiPhilosophy of social science. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Sending of manuscripts

Send papers to Since e-mails do not always reach their destination, authors should insist on an answer.

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