Ariadne is edited by an Editorial Board chaired by the Dean of the School of Philosophy. Board members are appointed by each of the three Departments of the School.
Ariadne publishes original research, book reviews and review articles in all the research fields covered by the School of Philosophy of the University of Crete.
A special section is dedicated to the annual teaching and research activities of the Faculty and the events organized by the School and its three Departments.
Ariadne welcomes submissions by all members of the international academic community who specialize in the fields mentioned above. The journal follows a double-blind peer-review process.
Submission of a paper automatically implies acceptance by the author of the editorial terms and policies of Ariadne. Authors are personally responsible for the content and form of their submissions. They are expected, for instance, to acknowledge their debts and sources, to have secured the rights for publication of photos and all other illustrative material, etc.
The Editorial Board does not accept papers, book reviews or review articles that are simultaneously submitted to other journals. Authors are required to submit for consideration final versions. Once the review process has started the Editions Committee does not accept changed versions.
Papers, book reviews and review articles are submitted in electronic form (MS Word and PDF) by email to the Dean of the School of Philosophy: or by mail to:

Dean of the School of Philosophy
University of Crete, Gallos Campus
741 00 Rethymnon

Upon publication authors receive an electronic offprint of their contribution in PDF form and two copies of the printed volume.