The papers should be original and should not be under considerations elsewhere.
Articles should not exceed 35 pages. They should be clearly typed by using the following form:
Footnotes should be kept at a minimum, Times New Roman, 10, line spacing: single line.
- Title of the paper
- Author's name and academic affiliation
- Abstract (max. 10 lines), Times New Roman, 11
- Keywords (max. 10 words), Times New Roman, 11
- Body text, Times New Roman, 12
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Spelling. American English, except in quotations which should follow the original.
Submmited articles should be prepared in Word format (.rtf file) and .pdf file.
- Davis, M., 1958, Computability & Unsolvability, McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., New York.
- Boolos, G.; J.P. Burgess; R.C. Jeffrey, 2002, Computability and Logic, fourth ed., Cambridge UP.
- Dummett, M., 1978, The philosophical significance of Gödel's theorem, in Truth and other Enigmas, Harvard UP, 186-201.
- Kleene, S.C., 1943, Recursive predicates and quantifiers, Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, 53, 41-73.
- Field, H., 2002, Saving truth schema from the paradox, Journal of Philosophical Logic, 31, 1-27.
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