Submissions

The LYCEUM is an online scholarly journal produced by the St. Anselm College Philosophy Department. It publishes papers on traditional problems in metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, and the history of philosophy. The journal is particularly interested in articles that address the Catholic philosophical tradition, broadly construed.   The LYCEUM publishes professional articles accessible to both professional and undergraduate audiences, as well as a small number of articles by undergraduates per issue.


The LYCEUM accepts submissions in electronic format in most widely used word processing formats including MS WORD (.doc), Rich Text Format  (.rtf), Open Office (.odt), HTML, and XML.
Notes should be hyperlinked to the footnote symbol or numeral (this is done automatically for footnotes in MS Word or RTF or ODT), should be placed at the end of the text, and should be restricted to actual notes or comments. Textual references should be parenthetically cited with a list of references at the end of the text as in the APA style sheet. 

Authors should refer to previous issues for examples of the preferred sectioning styles.

Details: The journal seeks papers from professional philosophers and undergraduates that are consistent with the journal’s aim to publish articles accessible to an undergraduate audience. Suggested paper limit is 6,000 words, with a maximum allowed limit of 8,000 words.

Due Date: December 15, 2013 to be considered for the Spring 2014 issue.

Papers, prepared for blind review, may be submitted  via email attachment to
lyceumphilosophy@gmail.com. Please submit a separate cover letter with your contact information and academic affiliation, if any. Please address any other inquiries to the journal’s submissions coordinator, Kyle Hubbard (khubbard@anselm.edu).



The copyright of a published contribution remains with the author. The author is free to offer his/her work elsewhere for electronic or print publication provided proper reference is made to its publication in the Journal by citing the web address in html web format.

Submission of a work to the LYCEUM grants the journal permission to distribute digital versions of the work on its website if accepted and to make the physical copies necessary for evaluating and editing the work.