of 150200 words and 36 keywords should be provided. Book reviews should be 2,500 words or less. 2. Use pinyin without tone/diacritical marks to denote names of Chinese people and geographical locations; non-pinyin spellings should be used only in the cases where Wade-Giles or other transliterations have been widely adopted (e.g., Wing-tsit Chan), or in quotations or titles. Chinese characters can be provided if necessary. 3. Chinese terms and titles of Chinese texts, on their first appearance in the text, should mainly be written in the following format: English translation (pinyin characters), e.g., virtue (de ); "On the Main Points of the Six Schools" (Lun Liujia Yaozhi ); History of Chinese Philosophy (Zhongguo Zhexueshi ). Subsequent appearances should be either in English or in pinyin, and the style should be consistent throughout the article. 4. Citations in the text and in footnotes should follow the authordatepage format, for example, (Legge 1991, 133). If pages are not needed, and the author's surname appears in the sentence, the format should be: Legge (1991). 5. Use footnotes to provide further comment, explanation, or information that the text cannot accommodate, as well as bibliographic information containing either sources or evaluative comments on
Frontiers of Philosophy in China – Brill
Published: Dec 5, 2016
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