Accepted stand-alone articles are published as soon as the editorial and production processes have been completed. Special issue articles are published as soon as the production of all contributions to the special issue is completed.
Aims and scope
Philosophy and the Mind Sciences (PhiMiSci) focuses on the interface between philosophy of mind, psychology, and cognitive neuroscience. PhiMiSci is a peer-reviewed, not-for-profit open-access journal that is free for authors and readers.
PhiMiSci is open for submission of stand-alone articles. If you would like to propose a special issue for PhiMiSci, please take a look at our guidelines for special issues. A description of our editorial procedure can be found here.
Open access policy and copyright
By default, PhiMiSci publishes all papers under a CC-BY license, which permits use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided appropriate credit is given to the original author(s), and the original source and a link to the Creative Commons license are provided. If a different Creative Commons license is preferred by an author, they must indicate this during the submission of their manuscript. Other suitable Creative Commons license additions include that any repurpose must be non-commercial (NC) or that it must not be cut or altered (ND). PhiMiSci does not publish under anything but a Creative Commons license. All authors retain the copyright of their papers and full publishing rights without restrictions.
Archiving and long-term availability
All papers published in PhiMiSci are stored on servers in Germany. Long-term availability is guaranteed through additional archiving at the Deutsche Nationalbibliothek (German National Library), which also has the task of collecting, cataloguing, indexing and archiving online publications.
PhiMiSci is indexed by the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).
We thank Thomas Metzinger and the Barbara-Wengeler-Stiftung for financial support from 2018 to 2021. We are grateful to the university library of the Ruhr University Bochum for hosting us and thank Albert Newen for continuing support. Furthermore, we are grateful to John MacFarlane for developing Pandoc – which we use in the production processes at PhiMiSci.