Scope and Policy
Cadernos Nietzsche brings exclusively articles unpublished in Portuguese language in the area of Philosophy on Nietzsche´s thought. Thus, their aim is to contain academic works from various geographical proveniences which can contribute to the research and debates on themes around Nietzschean philosophy or raised by it, addressed to scholars or interested members of the public.
Ideas, views, interpretations in these articles are exclusive responsibility of the authors, who must declare themselves to be responsible for them.
Cadernos Nietzsche hold the copyright of the works published. Nonetheless, the authors have the permission to republish them, without express authorization, provided the publications date of Cadernos Nietzsche are not mentioned.
Cadernos Nietzsche uses a double-blind review process. Contributions not accepted for publication will not be returned.
By sending their texts, authors must declare do not having any conflict of interest with any instance of Cadernos Nietzsche.
The Journal adopts the Ithenticate system for identification of plagiarism.
Form and preparation of manuscripts
1. Articles should not exceed 55.000 characters (including spaces) and be typed in Times New Roman, letter size 12, with aligned paragraphs and spacing 1,5.
2. Quotations up to 5 lines may appear normally incorporated in text. For longer quotations use letter size 10.
3. Terms from non-latin alphabets must be transliterated. All terms or expressions in prominence shall appear in italics, not in bold.
4. Contributors with figures, carvings, illustrations and drawings will not be accepted.
5. Contributors should enclose an abstract (not exceeding 100 words) and key-words (not exceeding 6 words), both in the original language and in English.
6. The original articles must present the author´s full name, institution s/he belongs to (in full and in abbreviations) and e-mail.
1.Bibliographical references must come in the end of the text, limited to its cited titles. Number them all following an alphabetic order according to the author´s last name (in case of the same author, from the least to the most recent work). Examples of bibliographical references:
MÜLLER-LAUTER, W. Le problème de l’opposition dans la philosophie de Nietzsche. Trad. Blaise Benoit. Revue philosophique, Paris, t.CXCVI, n.4, p.455-478, out.-dez. 2006.
2. References to Nietzsche's works should be made in the text, as follows: Work or Posthumous Fragment (with the year); section, number of the aphorism, paragraph or fragment, number or volume of KSA or KSB or KGW or KGB and (after the dot) page number (with respect to issues and acronyms, see below, the "Convetions for Nietzsche’s Works quotations).
Za/ZA I, Of the Adder’s Bite, KSA 4.88
Conventions for Nietzsche’s Works quotations
Cadernos Nietzsche adopt the convention proposed by Colli/Montinari edition of Nietzsche´s Complete Works. The acronym in Portuguese should accompany the acronym in German, intending to facilitate the efforts of readers less familiarized with the original texts.
I. Acronyms of texts published by Nietzsche:
I. 1. Texts edited by Nietzsche himself:
I. 2. Texts prepared by Nietzsche for edition:
AC/AC - Der Antichrist (O anticristo)
II. Acronyms of unfinished inedita writings:
GMD/DM - Das griechische Musikdrama (O drama musical grego)
III. Abbreviations and acronyms of posthumous fragments:
KGB = Briefwechsel: Kritische Gesamtausgabe
V. Forms of citation
For texts published by Nietzsche, arabic cipher will indicate the section; in the case of GM/GM, the roman cipher right before the arabic will address to the part of the book; in the case of Za/ZA, the roman cipher will address to the part of the book and will be succeeded by the discourse title; in the case of GD/CI and EH/EH, the arabic cipher, which will succeed the chapter, will indicate the section.
For the unfinished inedita writings, the arabic or roman cipher, according to each case, will indicate the part of the text. For the posthumous fragments, the arabic ciphers, which succeed the year, will indicate the posthumous fragment.
Send of the manuscripts
The articles must be send by e-mail in PDF format according to the specifications contained in “Instructions to the authors”. Articles must be sent to journal e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
There are no fees for submission and evaluation of articles.
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