CTK E-Books will publish cutting-edge Kant-related individual and collective essays and commented translations of Kant’s Writings, in Spanish, German, English, French, Italian and Portuguese. The main editors of the four series of the publishing house will intensively care about the quality of CTK publishing. Before submitting any manuscript, authors and editors of collective volumes are kindly ask to send the corresponding main editor a summary of the proposal, with a table of matters and, if necessary, a list of authors with the abstract of their chapters. All submitted manuscripts will go through a fast and responsive peer review process, which will involve an international board of prestigious senior Kant scholars. If the peer review process recommends publication, we will then proceed to the formal approval stage, submitting a summary of the proposal to some members of CTK E-Books Advisory Board, whose function will be to endorse the peer reviewer’s recommendation and to convey additional remarks. The main editors of each series will keep the authors and editors posted about the steps of this stage.
If the proposal is definitively approved, the main editors will contact authors or editors to agree and sign the contract. A copy of CTK E-Books style guide will also be sent to authors or editors at this stage. The books published by CTK E-Books might be printed on demand. Submissions should be sent to the following e-mail: email@example.com
Maria Lourdes Borges (UFSC, Brazil)
Alix Cohen (Univ. of Edinburgh, UK)
Bernd Dörflinger (Univ. of Trier, Germany)
Claudia Jáuregui (UBA, Argentina)
Robert Louden (Univ. of Southern Maine, USA)
Carlos Mendiola (Univ. Iberoamericana, Mexico)
Pablo Oyarzún (Univ. of Chile, Chile)
Lisímaco Parra (Univ. Nacional de Colombia, Colombia) Hernán Pringe (UBA, Argentina)
Gérard Raulet (Univ. Paris IV, France)
Paulo Tunhas (Univ. of Porto, Portugal)
Howard Williams (Univ. of Aberystwyth, UK)
Editorial Board and E-Book Series
Roberto R. Aramayo (IFS/CSIC, Spain) — Main Editor of the Translatio Kantiana Series
María Julia Bertomeu (Univ. Nacional de La Plata, Argentina) — Main Editor of Quaestiones Kantianas Series
Nuria Sánchez Madrid (UCM, Spain) — Main Editor of Hermeneutica Kantiana Series (Monographies and Individual Essays)
Pablo Muchnik (Emerson College, USA) — Main Editor of Dialectica Kantiana Series (Collective Volumes)
1. Translatio Kantiana E-Book Series
The Translatio Kantiana Series seeks to make available to Kant scholars and PhD students commented translations of different Kant’s Writings into Spanish, German, English, French, Italian and Portuguese.
2. Quaestiones Kantianas E-Book Series
Quaestiones Kantianas aims at retrieving classical interpretative essays focusing on different features of Kant’s thought and work, in their original language or translated for broadening the scope of some of these essays.
3. Hermeneutica Kantiana E-Book Series
Hermeneutica Kantiana Series seeks proposals that will bring to a multilingual audience interpreting essays regarding all areas of Kant’s critical thought.
4. Dialectica Kantiana E-Book Series
Dialectica Kantiana Series enhances discussing essays of the Kantian legacy, gathered in collective volumes, focusing on subjects tackling key ethical, political and social challenges that may help us to better assess the problems of our present time.