Submission Preparation ChecklistAs part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
- If the manuscripts has at least one U.S. graduate student (or international equivalent) as a primary author, then it also has at least one U.S. Ph.D. holding professional scholar (or international equivalent), in any discipline, as an additional, supervising, primary author. Please note that background checks may be conducted while also ensuring the anonymity of our anonymous, peer-review process.
- The submission has not been previously published, nor is it under consideration by another journal (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
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- The text adheres to the requirements outlined in the author guidelines.
- The text is double-spaced; uses 12-point font; and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end, and are properly numbered.
- The submission has been copy edited, and acknowledges any of the JPE's associated copy editors whose services you used to copy edit your manuscript as an unnumbered footnote on the first page of your manuscript.
- The manuscript has been prepared for anonymous review, including removing all references to the author. Authors may reference their own work, but there should be no indication in the text that cited works are the author's.
- An abstract of a maximum of 150 words is attached, even for book reviews. Please make sure that your abstract appear on the first page of your paper. Furthermore, please note that you may be asked to submit your abstract separately during the paper submission process, but authors should ensure that their abstracts are also included with their papers.
- References are attached in your paper, including all available DOI links for reference linking purposes. You will also be asked to submit your references separately during the paper submission process. Please note that in regard to our requirement for all available DOI links, if all authors were committed to including all available DOI links, this may help us, the scholarly community, more accurately track the impact of our papers.
- All relevant fully anonymized raw data and research instruments have been attached (for empirically researched manuscripts only).
- The submission file is in Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) format. Before doing so, however, please make sure you save your file using an anonymized file name.
- Paid $35.00 (USD) submission fee through https://www.philosophyofemotion.org/online-store/Journal-of-Philosophy-of-Emotion-Manuscript-Submission-p133779481.
The JPE accepts manuscripts that are centrally concerned with issues in the area of philosophy of emotions, of approximately 8,00 words in length. We will accept manuscripts that are somewhat shorter or longer than 8,000 words, but authors may be asked to significantly revise their manuscripts in response to reviewer comments.
The JPE accepts reviews of books on emotions and related topics, of approximately 3,500 words in length. We will accept reviews that are somewhat shorter or longer than 3,500 words, but authors may be asked to significantly revise their reviews in response to peer-reviewer comments.
Meditations, of approximately 3,000 words in length (maximum), excluding notes and references, that succinctly make an original contribution by presenting an interesting or unique perspective, argument, solution, or critical discussion of a particular problem or question in the area of philosophy of emotion. Articles discussing arguments published in the JPE, which demonstrate expertise in relevant areas of research and make an original contribution to the area of philosophy of emotion are especially welcomed.
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