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Studia Humana welcomes original, high-quality contributions that have been neither published in nor submitted to any journals or refereed conferences. The editors at Studia Humana only accept articles in English of from 5- to 20-pages length in normalized typewritten font (Times New Roman, 12pt) in Microsoft Word or LaTeX. Each reference in the text is of the form [1, p. 20] just after the citation or of the form , ,  if there is no quoting. The bibliography entitled References is contained at the end of the paper and listed alphabetically:
1. Palamas, G.St. (ed.), J. Meyendorff and (tr.) N. Gendle, The Triads, Paulist Press: New York, 1983.
2. Sinkewicz, R.E. The Doctrine of the Knowledge of God in the early writings of Barlaam the Calabrian, Medieval Studies, vol.44, 1982, pp.181–242.
3. Swinburne, R. Epistemic Justification, Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2001.
We also require that bibliographies are done according to this sample.
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