NOEMA is an annual Trans-disciplinary publication of the Romanian Academy. The topics of submitted papers must be consistent with the purposes of the Romanian Committee of History and Philosophy of Science and Technique (Comitetul Român de Istorie şi Filosofie a Ştiinţei şi Tehnicii - CRIFST).
Papers must be submitted on the understanding that they have not been published elsewhere (except in the form of an abstract or as part of a published lecture, review, or thesis) and are not currently under consideration by another journal.
Style of Manuscripts
The use of technical terms should be made explicit. Where the technical details cannot be avoided, they will be included in the annexes, leaving the text accessible to the professional reader who is not a specialist in any particular field. However, in those cases in which formalization is essential, it may be included in the text but must be accompanied, during the exposure, by clear interpretations and examples.
Papers will be presented in Romanian or English / French. They will be edited with MS Word '97 version at least, A4, in single spacing, font "Times New Roman" 12. Diacritics are obligatory in Romanian texts. 150 words Abstract as well as Keywords, in English, and also the affiliation and current position of the author (possibly his last published book) should accompany each submission. Papers will not exceed 6,000 words (including annexes and bibliography). Only as an exception, a longer work could be allowed.
Capitals should be used sparingly. Use italics for non-naturalized words of foreign origin. Thus: Weltanschauung. Omit full stops from common abbreviations and acronyms: MP, USA.
- Footnotes may be used for both comments and references. The authors' name mentioned in the footnotes has the common order where the first name precedes the last one.
- A list of References/Bibliography should be added at the end of the paper, according to the alphabetical order of authors' last name.
- It is not allowed to insert in the final list of References works that were not quoted or referred to within the paper.
- Models of references:
Jantsch, Erich, The Self-Organizing Universe, Oxford and New York, Pergamon, 1980(b) articles
Black, Anthony, ‘The juristic origins of social contract theory’, History of Political Thought, 16 (4), 1993, pp. 157-76.(b) other sources
(c1) Book with an editor(s): Noe, A. & Thompson E. (eds.), Vision and Mind, Cambridge, MIT Press, 2002.
(c2) Chapter in a book: Grice, H.P., "Some remarks about the senses", in Noe, A. & Thompson, E. (eds.), Vision and Mind, Cambridge, MIT Press, 2002.
(c3) Conference papers: Jenkins, H., A catch-22: Psi and expla¬nation, The Parapsychological Association 51st Annual Convention - Conference Proceedings, Winchester, 2008, pp. 97-110.
(c4) Internet resource: Young, C. (2001) English Heritage Position Statement on the Valletta Convention, [Online, http://www.archaeol. freeuk.com/ EHPositionStatement.htm] [24 Aug 2001] (where the final date is the date the webpage was accessed).
(c5) Newspaper articles: Cumming, F., Tax free savings push, Sunday Mail, 4 April 1999, pp. 1–2.
(c6) Text to be published: Baltg, C. Molecular Computes, to be published.
Relations with authors.
The authors are not paid. An author, once published, must approve its use as reviewer in the census database.