1. Papers submitted for publication must be original, unpublished, and not submitted simultaneously to other journals or publishing houses. Compliance with this rule is the responsibility of the authors.
  2. Papers must be submitted electronically in Word format for Windows version 93 or higher (file extension .docx) to the following e-mail address:


  3. Authors must send two electronic files:

    • a. The first file must be submitted with the personal data of the author on the first page: full name, institution affiliation, e-mail address, mailing address, and the section of the journal to which the document is addressed.

    • b. The second file must omit every personal detail about the author and any information (acknowledgments and references) that could reveal his/her identity.

    • c. Requirements compliance format. (Annex 1)
  4. Articles must be submitted under the following specifications:

    • Paper title
    • Abstract: The author must include at the begining of the paper an abstract in Spanish and English of no more than 150 words and 5 keywords.
    • Extension: The article must not exceed 10,000 words or 25 pages. This extension also applies for the Bibliographical Commentaries and Dialogues.
    • Format:

    - Page format must be DIN-A4, with 3 cm lateral margins and 2.5 cm at top and bottom.
    - Empty lines between paragraphs must be avoided. The first line of the new paragraph must have a .5 indentation.
    - Font must be Garamond 12 points and 1.5 line spacing. Footer notes font must be the same as the body text, but with 10 points and single spacing.
    - Pages must not be numbered.
    - Images, graphics, charts and/or tables must be attached as jpg. files, with a minimum resolution of 72 dpi.
    - Italics will only be used for bibliography titles and foreign words.
    - Dashes must leave no spaces between the first and last words of the enclosed statement.

    • Reference system

    - The accepted reference system is Chicago: www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide/citation-guide-1.html
    - References in the text must be put in footnote followed by superscript numbers in ascending order. For Spanish papers, superscript numbers must be placed after the punctuation sign. Example: «The pure ego».2
    - Quotes must be in English (or Spanish for spanish sources).
    - Quotations exceeding five lines must go aside without bleeding or quotes, with one font point less, and single spacing.
    - Missing parts of a quotation must be indicated with three dots within brackets.
    - As there is no final bibliography, all References must be complete.


    Name(s) Surname of author, Title in italic (Edition city, Editorial, Year), Page number.

    F. Volpi, Heidegger y Aristóteles (México: FCE, México, 2012), p. 56.


    «Idem» marks the same immediate reference above. If the page number does not match, a comma and the corresponding number must be added.

    «Op. cit» is used when a single book of the same author is acknowledged.

  5. If the contribution is approved, the author must send a "Declaration of Originality and Cession of Rights" letter (Appendix 2). El CENTRO MEXICANO DE INVESTIGACIONES FENOMENOLÓGICAS (CEMIF-The Editor), retains the copyright of the published works, favors and allows their reuse. Papers will be published in the electronic version of the journal under the license Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0). You are free to share-copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format, adapt-remix, transform, and build upon the material, under the following terms: Attribution-You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. NonCommercial-You may not use the material for commercial purposes. ShareAlike-If you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you must distribute your contributions under the same license as the original.

    Likewise, it is understood that the opinions expressed in the published articles are responsibility of the authors and do not compromise the scientific and political opinion of the journal.