Editorial Policies

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Focus and Scope

The scientific scope of Las Torres de Lucca (International Journal of Political Philosophy) will be to comprehend the characteristics of political philosophy, in line with the interdisciplinary character that has operated in this field during the last several years. We welcome contributions from the areas traditionally linked directly to political philosophy (moral philosophy, philosophy of law, political theory), as well as from those that have been incorporated up to the present day (political economy, philosophy of history, psychology, neurophysiology and, to a lesser extent, other sciences) as long as their scope is focused on the treatment of public affairs and sheds light on contemporary political reflections. In the same way, the reference to classic problems should be brought to bear on contemporary questions.

The journal does not commit itself to any school of thought, style or ideology. However, we do commit ourselves to argumentative rigor and expositive clarity. Thus, the new publication is directed towards the academic environment and designed for the specialized reader; but the publication also aspires to awake interest in the reader who is not technically formed in these disciplines, but is interested by the public questions that inevitably affect him or her.

We expect that the scope of the journal will be international. Thus, articles will be published in Spanish and English, and original articles in French, Portuguese, Italian, or German will be accepted as exceptions (depending on their quality and relevance), translated into Spanish and published in a bilingual format.

We are particularly interested in covering the Spanish/Latin American realm, particularly lacking in specialized publications of this type. With this in mind, we count on experts from the distinct countries included in this geographic area.

Research activity in the area of Spanish/Latin American political philosophy is one of the founding aims of this project. We wish to be a place of thought and reflection, divergent and convergent at the same time. We are trying to generate a ubiquitous location for the specialists in these countries: a dynamic stopping point that makes itself a visible community of authors capable of creating quality works, becoming a key reference point in the realm of contemporary international political thought.

Nonetheless, and precisely to reinforce that geographic specificity, the journal wants to flee from the almost proverbial territorial isolation that is inappropriate in the present day. With this objective, the participation of specialists from all over the world will be promoted. Thus, and as a stimulus, relevant figures from one side with emerging values of another will be procured and mixed.

We have opted for electronic publication because we consider the format to be the most effective in the present day, for diverse, obvious reasons.

 

Section Policies

Dossier

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed

Articles

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed

Translations

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed

Biographical Sketch

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Unchecked Peer Reviewed

Book Reviews

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Unchecked Peer Reviewed

Notes and Discussions

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed

Invited authors

Unchecked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Unchecked Peer Reviewed
 

Peer Review Process

  1. The Editorial Board of Las Torres de Lucca subscribes the following "Code of Good Practices"
  2. The journal will not charge any fee for receiving articles or its evaluation.
  3. Prior editorial review is made to all submissions. Submissions may be returned to authors who: 1.º Not satisfy the requirement of originality and unpublised character of the articles; 2.° Do not refer to the field of the magazine; 3º exceed the extent established for the type of collaboration; 4º do not meet formal requirements as directed; 5º do no not send the work in the required support.
  4. All submissions that have the approval of the Editorial Board will be refereed by external reviewers. The arbitration shall be conducted by double-blind peer review.
  5. The reviewer will inform the Editorial Board using a virtual form with the following information: "Model Reviewer’s Form"
  6. The Secretary will send a communication to the authors with the reasoned decision of the Editorial Board, ensuring anonymity at all stages of the process.
  7. Articles will receive after evaluation the following labels: a) unconditional acceptance; b) Acceptance subject to the proposed improvements, c) Refusal, encouraging the author to rewrite the document and send it again; d) unconditional rejection.
  8. The opinion of the referees is final.
  9. We will only publish articles that have two (2) opinions of "unconditional acceptance".
  10. After receiving the reports of the referees, the Secretary will notify the author and enclose the evaluation forms. In case of disagreement between the referees and before notifying the author the Secretary will use a third evaluator.
  11. Articles with "Acceptance subject to proposed improvements" will receive the comments of the referees. The author may then: a) withdraw its publication; b) follow the suggestions of the evaluators. If so, the article  will be sent back to the original referee so that the modifications can be approved.
  12. The articles labelled as "Rejection, encouraging the author to rewrite the document and send it again" will be treated as original submissions.
  13. The authors should proofread before publication.
  14. The number of articles published in each issue will respond to the editorial flow with a maximum of 10 articles (not including reviews).

 

Open Access Policy

This Journal provides immediate open access to its contents, based on the principle that offering public free access to academic research supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. Both the access to the articles and the submission is free of charge.

 

Periodicity

Two issues will be published every year.

The first, corresponding to the period January-June and another to the period July-December.

Both issues will be published on our website the last week of June and the third week of December, respectively.

Each issue will contain the articles approved during the previous period.

The Journal will priorize the publication of the articles received during the semester in course.

This means that the January-June issue will come out in June with works received between January and June.

 

Statistics of the editorial process

Se detallan a continuación las estadísiticas del proceso editorial. Los artículos se computan en el año de su recepción y no en el de su publicación. Por ello, el número total de artículos publicados por año no coincide con el número de artículos efectivamente publicados en los números correspondientes al mismo período. Por ejemplo, un artículo recibido en 2015, pero publicado en 2016, incide solo las estadísticas de 2015.

Ultima actualización: 20/12/2016.

AñoRecibidos*  No evaluables** Evaluables 
 TotalesAceptadosPublicados TotalesPendientesFinalizados 
       TotalesNo admitidosRechazo evaluadoresAceptados***Publicados 
201215 67%100%100% 40%0%100%0%17%83%83% 
201322 18%0%0% 82%0%100%0%17%83%83% 
201438 18%100%100% 82%0%100%26%39%35%35% 
201525 16%75%75% 84%0%100%14%24%62%62% 
201637 19%86%86% 81%40%60%23%28%33%33% 
               
Totales137 23%94%94% 77%11%89%17%28%53%53% 

 

AñoRecibidos* Publicados totalesDuración promedio en semanas
Evaluación editorial y científicaPublicación
  
20121515  
201322191813
201438182112
201525161510
20163712414
     
Totales137801512

* En "Recibidos" se incluye a todos los textos que llegan a la revista. Contando, por ejemplo, las Reseñas que no se evalúan.

** Conrresponde a las secciones no evaluables como Reseñas, Semblanzas, o la editorial de los Dossier.

*** El porcentaje corresponde sobre el total de los finalizados.

 

List of external evaluators

Evaluadores 2016 (Se incluyen solo los de los artículos cuya evaluación ha finalizado)

Alberto Filippi, Universidad de Lanús, Argentina.
Alejandro Cantisani, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Donald Bello Hutt, King's College London, Reino Unido.
Francisco Blanco Brotons, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, España.
Hernán Inverso, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Ignacio Pajón Leyra, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, España.
Javier Vázquez Prieto, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Jesus de Garay, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, España.
Joan Carañana, Saint Louis University, España.
José Luis Egío Garcia, Max-Planck Institut, Alemania.
Juan Tovar Ruiz, Universidad de Burgos, España.
Leonardo Eiff, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Luciano Venezia, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, Argentina.
Luis Blengino, Universidad Nacionanl de La Matanza, Argentina.
Macarena Marey, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Maria Antonia Salamone, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, España.
María Luisa Guerrero Alonso, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, España.
Michael Kessler, University of Toronto, Canadá.
Nuria Sánchez Madrid, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, España.
Pablo López Álvarez, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, España.
Raúl González Fabre, Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, España.
Ricardo Gutiérrez Aguilar, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, España.
Sebastián Torres, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina.
Sissi Cano Cabildo, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, España.
Tomás Domingo Moratalla, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, España.
Wolf-Jürgen Cram, Universidad Técnica Federal (ETH) - Zurich, Suiza.
Adán Salinas Araya, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, España.
Lorenzo Peña, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, España
Maria Nohemi González Martínez, Universidad Simón Bolívar de Barranquilla, Colombia.

Evaluadores 2015
Agustín Follari, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina.
Alejandra Salinas, Escuela Superior de Economía y Administración de Empresas, Argentina.
Alejandro Cantisani, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Ana Minecam, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, España.
Ana Quintanas Feixas, Universidad de Granada, España.
Armando Villegas Contreras, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, México.
Camil Ungureanu, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, España.
Carlos Melero de la Torre, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, España.
Carmen Velayos, Universidad de Salamanca, España.
Celso Sanchez Capdequi, Universidad de Navarra, España.
Claudia Touris, Universidad Nacional de Lujan, Argentina.
Damián López, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
David Sanz, Universidad Católica de Ávila, España.
Delmiro Rocha alvarez, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia.
Eliana Pirillo, Universidad Nacional Mar del Plata, Argentina.
Elizabeth Valencia, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, México.
Estrella Trincado, Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
Francisco Fernández Labastida, Universitas Sanctae Crucis, Italia.
Gonzalo Semeria, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Gustavo Pamieri, Universidad Nacional de Lanús, Argentina.
Hector Ferreiro, Universidad Católica Argentina, Argentina.
Ignacio Pajón Leyra, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, España.
Irene Comins Mingol, Universitat Jaime I, España.
Isabel Gamero, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, España.
Javier Franzé, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, España.
Jose Luis Pérez Triviño, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, España.
Juan Morillo, Colombia.
Julian Melo, Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Argentina.
Laura Tedesco, IE University, España.
Luciano Nosetto, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Luis Aragon Gonzalez,   I.E.S. Merindades de Castilla, España.
Luz Souto Larios, Universidad de Valencia, España.
Manuel Fernández del Riesgo, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, España.
Manuel Fernández Lorenzo, Universidad de Oviedo, España.
María Celia Labandeira, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
María Marta Quintana, Universidad Nacional de Río Negro, Argentina.
Mariela Solana, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Martín Retamozo, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina.
Michael Kessler, University of Toronto, Canadá.
Nelson Jai Cuchumbe, Asociación Iberoamericana de Filosofía Práctica, Colombia.
Omar Heffes, Universidad Nacional de Lanús, Argentina.
Oriana Cosso, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes.
Óscar García Agustín, Aalborg University, Dinamarca.
Oscar Mauricio Donato, Universidad Libre de Colombia, Colombia.
Oscar Ugarteche, Universidad Autónoma de Mexico, Mexico.
Paula Rodríguez Marino, Universidad Nacional de Río Negro, Argentina.
Reina Fleitas Ruiz, Universidad de La Habana, Cuba.
Santiago Prono, Universidad Nacional del Litoral, Argentina.
Sergio Raul Castaño, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET).
Sissi Cano Cabildo, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, España.
Susana Mallo Reynal, Universidad de la República, Uruguay.
Unai del Burgo García, Universidad Vasca de Verano, España.
Virginia Morales, Universidad Nacional de Villa María, Argentina.

Evaluadores 2013 - 2014
Ana Carrasco Conde, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, España.
Anabella Di Pego, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina.
Angela Lorena Fuster, Universitat de Barcelona, España.
Ariela Battán Horenstein, Universidad Nacional de Códoba, Argentina.
Cramm, Wolf-Jürgen, Universidad de Berna, Suiza.
Emanuel Rodríguez, España.
Emmanuel Biset, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina.
Estrella Trincado, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, España.
Gabriella Bianco, Universidad de Bologna, Italia.
Helena Nadal, Universidad de Burgos, España,.
Hernán Inverso, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
José Manuel Romero Cuevas, Universidad de Alcalá, España.
Macarena Marey, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Marina Velasco, Universidad de Brasil, España.
Pablo Bonavena, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Patricio Lepe Carrión, Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile.
Ramón A. Feenstra, Universitat Jaime I, España.
Salvi Turró i Tomàs, Universidad de Barcelona, España.
Senda Inés Sferco, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Tomas Borovinsky, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Valerio Rocco, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, España.
Yamandú Acosta, Universidad de la República, Uruguay.