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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Author Guidelines

There is no any FEE for article processing or article submission



  • in English,
  • printed and in electronic versions: the author is obliged to guarantee the compliance of the manuscript to the topics of the periodical and provide the final copyright version,
  • in Microsoft Office Word (*.docx or *.doc),
  • page size - A4,
  • font face - Times New Roman,
  • footnotes should be given at the bottom of the page, references - at the end of the article,
  • font size for the text of the article - 12, for the footnotes - 10,
  • line spacing for the text of the article - 1.3, for the footnotes – 1, first line - 0.8 cm.
  • structure must conform to the IMRAD structure (Title, Abstract, keywords, Introduction, Methods, Result, Discussion, Conclusion, References ).



not longer than 8000 words.



  • should outline the general scope of the article and not exceed eight words,
  • uppercase,
  • font size-12. 



  • first name(s), last name(s), and CVs of the manuscript author(s)
  • full name and postal address of each author’s workplace, organization,
  • position, rank, academic degree,
  • e-mail and phone number,
  • the surnames and the first letter in names of authors should be full and in uppercase. 



  • should not exceed 200 words,
  • should be informative and not contain general words and phrases,
  • the abstract should describe the research and the results,
  • should reflect the main content of the article taking into consideration the following viewpoints: subject, purpose, research results and conclusions,
  • information contained in the title should not be duplicated in the abstract,
  • the abstract should provide a good perspec­tive on the final message of the article.



  • reflect the article’s contribution to the scopes of philosophy and methodology of science,
  • reflect the current concerns in the area,
  • specify the research objectives.



  • should be clearly formulated and presented.



  • should be up to ten,
  • should be separated by a comma.



  • The manuscript should be constructed according to the APA citation System. For instance: (Soros, 2001, p. 10) (Toulmin, 1958, pp. 56-57) (Hilbert & Bernays, 1934).


The Latin transliteration of all the non-Latin references should be included as well. For instance:

  • Брутян, Г. А. (1992).Очерк теории аргу­­мента­ции. Ереван: Изд-во АН Армении. 
  • Brutian, G. A. (1992). Ocherk teorii argumenta­tsii (Outline of Argumentation Theory, in Russian). Yerevan: NAS RA Publication.

 For a book by a single author:

Toulmin, S. E. (1958). The Uses of Argument (updated ed., 2003; reprint, 2006). New York: Cambridge University Press.


For a book by two authors:

Calfee, R. C., & Valencia, R. R. (1991). APA guide to preparing manuscripts for journal publication. Washington: American Psychological Association.


For a book by an editor:

Ayer, A. J. (Ed.). (1959). Logical Positivism. Glencoe, Illinois: The Free Press.


For an article in a journal:

  • Jacoby, W. G. (1994). Public attitudes toward government spending. American Journal of Political Science, XXXVIII (2), 336-361.
  • Djidjian, R. Z. (2016). Paradoxes of Human Cognition. Wisdom, 7(2), 49-58.


For a book section:

O' Neil, J. M., & Egan, J. (1992). Men's and women's gender role journeys: A metaphor for healing, transition, and transformation. In B. R. Wainrib (Ed.), Gender issues across the life cycle (pp. 107-123). New York: Springer.


In case of citing various works of the same author published in the same year, it is necessary to apply to a letter differentiation method i.e. a, b etc.

(Hovhannisyan, 2006a; Hovhannisyan, 2006b; Hovhannisyan, 2006c).


For a website publication:

Texts of the articles submitted in a website usually vary from their printed versions that is why in case of citing the latter website ver­sions, it is necessary to indicate the approp­riate electronic address, moreover, the cita­tion of the printed version is not accepted:

Djidjian, R. Z. (2015). Understanding Capacity as the Principle Difficulty in Building Artificial Intellect. Wisdom, 4(1). Retrieved May 26, 2016 from:

Djidjian, R. Z. (2016). Paradoxes of Human Cognition. Wisdom, 7(2), 49-58. doi:10.24234/ Wisdom. v2i7. 137




If the manuscript contains nonalphabetic cha­racters (e.g. logical formulae, diagrams) then:

  • the PDF version of the text should be attached for the demanded verification,
  • all the images (diagrams, line drawings and photographic images) should be numbered se­quen­tially with Arabic numerals and submit­ted in electronic form,
  • photo images should be of high quality,
  • all the images should be attached as separate files,
  • diagrams, line drawings, charts should be sub­mitted in EXCEL or EPS format.



Publication of Archive Materials and Translation Sources

  • Complete description of archive or publication material, according to which the translation has been made, should be comprised in the manus­cript.
  • A brief prologue under the title Publication Prologue may precede the publication (1-3 pages long, approximately 4000 characters). Long pro­logues are regarded articles and should be written under separate titles.
  • If the publishing source contains references, they are presented as a part of a body text and are each numbered sequentially and pre­cede the body text-source.
  • Publisher or translator may present references about the publishing source at the end of a body text.
  • Via the references one may present foreign word translations, explanations of abbrevia­tions etc. contained in the text may be presented in the source text in square brackets.
  • It is advisable to choose up to 40.000 charac­ter source for the publication materials in the perio­dical. In case of a large source, it is ne­cessary to shorten (select) for preparing ma­terial for the periodical.
  • Translations and archive sources should have enough comments and full introductions, ot­herwise they could not be considered scien­tific publications and could not be submitted for publication.


Essays of various symposiums and scientific events.

  • Information about the symposium organizers, place and time should be included in the essay.
  • The symposium members’ name, surname, workplace and city (in brackets) should be mentioned, and in case of international sym­posiums, the name of the city is also included.
  • Essays should not coincide with the symposium projects or their final documents.


Reviews and bibliographical essays.

  • The length of a review should be from 5-10 pages (10.000-20.000 characters).
  • Final information, name of a publication and number of pages of a studied book should be presented before the body text.
  • References are not included in the review.


Argumentative notes, essays, records.

Materials that are written in a free style and are free of demands placed on scientific articles are accepted for publication. Such kind of works cannot be submitted in the reports about scien­tific works as scientific publication.


Attention․ Given the significance of the underlying principle of pluralism over scientific issues and freedom of speech, IPP’s reminds that the authors carry primary responsibility for the view-points introduced in their papers which may not always coincide with those of the Editorial Board. All articles pass single blind review and checked by


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