About the Journal
Focus and Scope
InKoj. Philosophy & Artificial Languages – New series is an academic journal sponsored by the University of Milan. The previous series was devoted to interlinguistics and philosophy of planned and artificial languages. The new series introduces a more philosophical and technical character and a brand new editorial team. Areas of central concern of the new series are: analytical metaphysics, ontology and epistemology, whose problems are approached by a restatement of the ordinary language, through a manipulation of its logical form and/or its semantics. Papers discussing the advantages and drawbacks, or risks, of such manipulation of a more intuitive formulation of philosophical problems are also welcome.
Peer Review Process
The submitted article must be divided into two files: one anonymous file with the text and an other file with the author's name and affiliation, if any. The editorial team will assign a progressiv number to the anonymous file, matching the number assign to the file with author's informations. Then the anonynous file will be sent to the scientific board, which evaluation will be communicated to the author by the editorial team, that will provide for matching again the files' numbers.
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
The University of Milan has an archival arrangement with the National Central Libraries of Florence and Rome within the national project Magazzini Digitali.
The journal has enabled the PKP PN (Preservation Network) plugin, in order to preserve digital contents through LOCKSS (Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) project
Editors have a duty to act promptly in case of errors and misconducts, both proven and alleged. This duty extends to both published and unpublished papers. In case such as errors in articles or in the publication process, fraudulent publication or plagiarism, appropriate steps will be taken, following the recommendations, guidelines and flowcharts from di COPE. Corrections will happen with due prominence, including the publication of an erratum (errors from the publication process), corrigendum (errors from the Author(s)) or, in the most severe cases, the retraction of the affected work. Retracted papers will be retained online, and they will be prominently marked as a retraction in all online versions, including the PDF, for the benefit of future readers.