Instructions for Authors
Papers should be submitted in RTF or Microsoft Word format and submitted to the website http://iws2013.aau.at. You will have to register to the web application before submitting your paper. If you should have any difficulties submitting your paper, please send an email to the organizers via this email address . Alternatively you could contact Joseph Wang () for technical help.
Papers should arrive before 15th of May 2013. Early submission is welcome.
Languages & Copyright
Papers must be written in German or English. They must not have been accepted or submitted for publication elsewhere. Copyright will remain with the author, rights to use with the society. Please note that your email-address will be published together with your paper.
The publisher reserves the right to electronically publish or re-publish the accepted papers, including author’s contact information (email address), unless authors explicitly state their reservation.
Papers should include a short abstract (max. 150 words). Papers should not exceed an overall length of 2500 words, including all notes, references, and the abstract.
Authors should use a simple uniform layout. They should avoid mixing fonts, and they should use italics (not bold) for words or phrases requiring emphasis, for titles of published books and journals, and for foreign words.
If illustrations are really indispensable, they should be professionally drawn in a common graphics format (jpeg, eps, tiff, gif or eps).
A maximum of one level of section headings should be used, with the following format:
2. Aristotle’s Theory of the Modal Syllogism
A bibliographical list of all cited references should be placed at the end of the paper under the heading Literature or Literatur. It should begin with the author’s last name, first name and followed by the year of publication, exactly according to the following style:
Bunge,Mario 1967 Scientific Research I: The Search for System, Berlin: Springer.
Bunge, Mario 1967a Scientific Research II: The Search for Truth, Berlin: Springer.
Dretske, Fred and Snyder, Aaron 1972 “Causal Irregularity”, Philosophy of Science 39, 69-71.
Harding, Sandra G. (ed.) 1976 Can Theories Be Refuted?, Dordrecht: Reidel.
Linke, Angelika, Nussbaumer, Markus, and Portmann, Paul 31994 Studienbuch Linguistik, Tübingen: Niemeyer.
Böhler, Axel 1998 “Vier Vorurteile über Hermeneutik - Eine Polemik”, in: Bernulf Kanitscheider and Franz Josef Wetz (eds.), Hermeneutik und Naturalismus, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 83-97.
Titiev, Robert J. 1969 Some Model-Theoretic Results in Measurement Theory (Technical Report 146, Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences), Stanford: Stanford University Press.
All citations should then appear in the text (rather than in footnotes) in the form: (Bunge 1967a) or (Linke et al. 31994).
Avoid footnotes as far as possible.
Avoid automatically generated lists.
Avoid footnotes in the title.
Avoid hard and soft hyphens (syllable division will be made by the editors).
Authors will not receive proofs. There is no possibility for making corrections after submission. Contributions with serious formal or technical faults will be refused.