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Theological Forum

ISSN 1641-1196

The Annual of the Theological Faculty
of the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn

The “Theological Forum” is a periodical of the Theological Faculty of the Warmia and Mazury University in Olsztyn, founded in 2000 and appearing annually.

Every issue contains three sections:
ARTICLES (theology and other disciplines related to the main topic of the issue),
TEXTS (new translations of sources with short introduction and notes, and also polish historical, theological, philosophical texts concerning the Warmia matters)
REVIEWS AND REPORTS (presentations of monographs; reports from conferences).

Since no. 5 (2004) all the issues have had a main topic, dealed with in several articles. The remaining pages contain miscellaneous texts, mainly on theological subjects.

This periodical deals with various theological problems, interdisciplinary topics, touching points between theology and other scholarly disciplines.

 

Rules of publication ethics:

The editors of the “Theological Forum” accepts and follow the rules of publication ethics according to the guidelines of COPE – Committee on Publication Ethics

  1. Editor

The editor commit oneself to use the highest standards of publication consistent with the requirements of ethics. Detected cases of scientific misconduct are documented and explained. In the publication of materials the editors are guided by the substantive evaluation of the text, based on the opinion of specialists expressed in a written review – in accordance with accepted standards. The authors are treated equally regardless of the degree or title, age, gender, affiliation and any other circumstances (eg race, nationality, citizenship, ethnicity, worldview). The submitted texts are not used in any way, which is not inconsistent with the Author.

  1. Authors

The authors reveal the contribution of all authors and institutions supporting the creation of the text. Therefore, each author submits a statement confirming that:

  • the text is original and does not violate the copyrights of third parties; it has not been previously published and is not filed in the editorial office of another journal;
  • all authors are disclosed;
  • sources of financing for the research presented in the article or the creation of a scientific article were given;
  • there is no conflict of interest between the author or authors and reviewers indicated on the “Theological Forum” website, resulting from direct personal relationships, professional subordination or direct scientific cooperation in the last two years preceding the year of submitting the article for publication; in the event of such a situation, the author indicates these persons.

Persons who in any way participated in the research project – but their contribution is not enough to recognize co-authorship – the author makes a thank-you note attached to the text.

If the author detects errors in his / her text, he / she reports the problem to the editorial team and cooperates with the editorial office in order to rectify or withdraw the text from the publishing procedure.

  1. Reviewers

The reviewers commit themselves to objectivity in the assessment of the text, guided by its substantive value and the formal correctness. If a conflict of interest is detected (eg in case of author identification) or suspicion of plagiarism, the reviewer is obliged to notify the editorial office. Reviewed texts are treated as a confidential document, and the results presented in reviewed papers are not used by the reviewer in any way until the text is published.

  1. Justification

The adopted publication policy principles are against the ghost authorship and guest authorship.

In the remaining scope, the editor keeps the COPE standards.