The Italian Society of Moral Philosophy, following one of its statutory purposes, founded Filosofia Morale/Moral Philosophy, a new digital scientific journal, open access and subject to double-blind review.
The journal intends to be a common space of research, open to the contribution of all people involved in the study of ethics and capable of promoting a sense of belonging to the scientific community of moral philosophy.
Moral Philosophy publishes contributions in the field of moral philosophy and neighboring disciplines (politics, theory, aesthetics, language, anthropology, religion), in a pluralist perspective, open to the different traditions of thought and the different approaches that animate ethics. The journal hosts historical, theoretical, applied and interdisciplinary contributions. Contributions may be written in Italian, English, French, German and Spanish, provided that they are written or revised by a native speaker by the author.
The selection criteria are the argumentative rigor, the originality of the theses and the accuracy of the documentation, as well as the correctness and respect of each person, even in the expression of objections and criticisms towards the authors.
The journal has three sections: Articles, Discussions, and Reviews.
The Articles section is not thematic: contributions between 30,000 and 50,000 characters (spaces, bibliography and notes included) are published on any topic that falls within the area of moral philosophy broadly understood.
Proposals for contributions may be submitted throughout the year.
Proposals are double-blind reviewed. Publication shall take place in the first available issue.
The Discussions section is thematic: contributions between 15,000 and 30,000 characters are hosted, relevant to the topic that is indicated for each issue in the Call for papers section: https://mimesisjournals.com/ojs/index.php/MF/call-for-papers.
Proposals are double-blind reviewed. The publication takes place in the issue relevant to the topic.
The deadline for submitting contributions for this section is indicated in the "Call for papers" section.
The Reviews section hosts contributions of no more than 15,000 characters, with no notes or bibliography, concerning volumes of interest to moral philosophy broadly understood.
Contributions of all types must be uploaded to the site in the "Proposals" section: https://mimesisjournals.com/ojs/index.php/MF/about/submissions.
Articles and Discussions must be submitted anonymously. Reviews bear the name of the author.