INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS


Authors are asked to respect the following guidelines prior to preparation and submission of a texts and to review the journal’s publishing procedures.

 

GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS:

1. The article may be written in Polish, English or German.
2. The article must include the following:
a) abstracts in Polish and English (up to half page of A4 paper size)
b) keywords in Polish and English
c) information about the author (ORCID number, place of work, affiliation, field of study, selected publications), must not exceed 350 characters
3. Please email your submission to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., preferably formats: .doc, .docx, .rtf, font: Times New Roman 12 pt, footnotes 10 pt, line spacing 1.5.
4. The editors reserve the right to adjust and shorten texts and to change titles.
5. The author is required to make a proofreading and submit it within the time limit specified by the editors.

 

DETAILS:

The structure of an article:

• to the left: the Author’s name, font: 12 pt, Times New Roman, normal
• to the left: ORCID number, font: 12 pt, normal
• center: the article’s title, bold font 14 pt
• the main text: justified, font 12 pt, line spacing 1.5, automatic paragraph indentation 1.25 cm, do not use a tab key;
• After the title or subheading start the text without indentation;
• Before the subheading use single line spacing; before and after the main text use double lines spacing;
• Subheading should be numbered with a digit and a dot, bold font 12 pt, centrally, e.g.

 

 

1. Confessiveness of Christianity

 

Additional information:

• English title of the article (bold font 12 pt)
• abstract in English (500-700 characters with spaces);
• do not use ‘hard space’, do not divide words, do not move one-letter conjunctions and prepositions at the end of the line to the next line (so called orphans, pendants);
• 2.5 cm margins on each side; justified text; 1.5 line spacing;
• acceptable ways of highlighting texts: bold font - if necessary for key concepts; italics font - to highlight foreign words and titles or subheadings;
• highlighted quotes: longer, multi-line quotes (more than three lines) should be separated from the main text by single line spacing from the top and bottom; font: 10, line spacing: 1.5 cm on the left and on the right; the citation should be justified; in this case do not use quotation marks;
• short quotes (up to three lines) in the main text, use quotation marks;
• quote inside quote: use the German quotation marks »«; for example: Kierkegaard in his Philosophical Fragments wrote: „»We believe that God appeared to us in the form of a humiliated servant, lived among us and taught, and then died« - that would be enough to believe”;
• omissions in the quoted passages should be indicated in square brackets [...];
• for first reference to an author, please provide his full name, e.g. Soren Kierkegaard, for next references use only the surname, eg. Kierkegaard, do not use the initial, eg. S. Kierkegaard;
• in numerical describing a range of pages or years, etc. (eg. 1813–1855, pp. 80–85), use a dash –, not a hyphen -;
• in the middle of a sentence words should be separated by a dash – (between spaces)
• references in the main text to footnotes are placed before the punctuation mark, for example: Kierkegaard in his Philosophical Fragments wrote: „»We believe that God appeared to us in the form of a humiliated servant, lived among us and taught, and then died« - that would be enough to believe”[1].

 

[1] The text of footnote.