Viso: Cadernos de estética aplicada only accepts submissions from postgraduate PhD students and researchers with a PhD degree (minimum).
This journal operates with open call for papers. You may submit your manuscript at any time using the “submissions” area of this website. Before sending your work, please read carefully our Editorial Policies and make sure your text is correctly formatted according to our Style Guidelines below.
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- Do not use expressions to omit repetitions, such as “Idem”, “Ibidem”, “Op.cit.”.
- Use a single space after commas and after the expression “p.”.
For Hegel,“the term aesthetics is certainly not appropriate to designate such object" (HEGEL, 2001, p. 27).
For Hegel, “the term aesthetics is certainly not appropriate to designate such object”.1
1HEGEL, 2001, p. 27.
Position of footnote number
Footnote numbers must be place before final points but before any other punctuation signs.
Hence there are "no other spiritual substances"1.
Hence there are "no other spiritual substances."1
Hence there are "no other spiritual substances",1 suggests the author.
Hence there are "no other spiritual substances,"1 suggests the author.
Hence there are "no other spiritual substances".1
Hence there are "no other spiritual substances"1, suggests the author.
Full references of all the works quoted in the paper, as well as of any other work the author may wish to include, should be listed in a "References" section at the end of the file.
- Do not abbreviate the author's first name.
- Always include the pagination of papers and chapters.
- If you wish to omit the author in consecutive entries, please use five underline characters (“_____.”).
- When quoting papers please include, as often as possible, the volume (“v. ”), the issue number (“n. ”) and the period (between parentheses).
- Do not abbreviate additional information in reference entries
(WRONG: Trans. Jaimir Conte; CORRECT: Translated by Jaimir Conte).
NIETZSCHE, Friedrich. The Birth of Tragedy. Translated by Douglas Smith. Oxford: Oxford University, 2008.
GUYER, Paul. “Feeling and Freedom: Kant on Aesthetics and Morality”. The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, v. 48, n. 2 (Spring, 1990), p. 137-146.
BELL, Martin. “Hume on Causation”. In: NORTON, David F.; TAYLOR, Jacqueline (orgs.). The Cambridge Companion to Hume. Camabridge: Cambridge University, 2009, p. 40-69.
Please observe the rules below and, for all other cases, use the title as it is written in the original source.
- Portuguese, French, Spanish, Italian and other roman languages: first letter only
(WRONG: O Nascimento da Tragédia; CORRECT: O nascimento da tragédia).
- Englis: First letter, articles and prepositions
(WRONG: An Essay Towards a new Theory of vision; CORRECT: An Essay towards a New Theory of Vision).
- German: First letter, nouns and proper names
(WRONG: Sein und zeit; CORRECT: Sein und Zeit).