Submission Guidelines

History of Philosophy Quarterly

Contributions may be as short as 3,000 words or as long as 8,000 including endnotes and bibliography. All manuscripts should be composed with proper pagination, wide margins, and double spacing between lines. Endnotes should be used sparingly and should be numbered consecutively, typed with wide margins and double spacing, placed at the end of the paper. Authors should follow Chicago Manual of Style (16th ed.). A brief abstract and a list of key words should be included at the beginning of the article. Submissions should be prepared for blind review in WORD or rft (not PDF) and sent by email attachment to Richard C. Taylor at The journal will consider only papers whose authors certify that, while under consideration at HPQ, their papers will not be submitted elsewhere for consideration. A statement to this effect must be included in the email or cover letter.

Prof. Richard C. Taylor
Department of Philosophy
Marquette University
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

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