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Nature, culture, freedom
XVIII Annual Conference

- Papers shouldn't exceed 17.000 characters and must be submitted to the Conference Office by February 1, 2010

- A Summary of each paper should be submitted to the Conference Office for approval by January 14, 2010

- The Scientific Committee will evaluate the inclusion of the papers in the Conference proceedings

- The document must mention: author's name, position, institution and e-mail. Sending to be done at:

- The document's format can be Open Document ("odt"), rtf or Word (please avoid using ".docx" format)

- For Greek texts we suggest using UNICODE characters:
For Windows XP: Palatino Linotype
For Mac OS X: Lucida Grande

- Quotations should have the following structure:

a) for books:
M. Pakaluk, Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics. An Introduction, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2005, pp. 286-315.

b) for contributions in a collective work of several authors:
J. Watkin, The Idea of Fate in Kierkegaard's Thought, in J. Giles (ed.), Kierkegaard and Freedom, Palgrave, Basingstoke 2000, pp. 105-120.

c) for articles in a journal:
R. Brague, Y a-t-il vraiment deux cultures? «Acta Philosophica», 16 (2007), pp. 285-294. When a work is cited more than once in an article, it should be written as: M. Pakaluk, o.c., p. 291; or, if the title is to be repeated: M. Pakaluk, Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics, cit., p. 291. It is better to avoid "pub." or "publisher", except in those cases in which this word is an integral part of a name.

- Quotations occurring within another quotation should be marked out with a different sign ("text") from that which is used for the quotations within which it is found («text»). Words in languages different from that used in the main text should be written in italics, without quotation marks.

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