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Note: The Language Journal makes use of the wiki publishing rules found in the Template Journal. You may already be familiar with those rules as they are used at another wiki journal. All the rules are reproduced here in pages describing the Language Journal.

This is the main page for the Language Journal. The Language Journal is the official journal of the Philosophy and Science of Language wikicity. The Language Journal publishes original articles related to the philosophy and science of language. The Language Journal also accepts review articles. These can be formal peer review articles or literature reviews of existing published articles or books. The Language Journal encourages all authors and reviewers to register a user name and associate their work with their real name.

Steps in the wiki publishing process

  1. The Language Journal is an "open" journal. If you wish to bring an article you have written to the attention of the Language Journal community, place the {{Language Journal}} template at the start of your article. For details, see the Instructions to authors.
  2. You can draft your article in a wiki environment. See preliminary drafts.
  3. When your article is ready for peer review, use the Peer Review template.
  4. If you wish to write a formal peer review article of an article marked by the {{Language Journal}} template, you must mark your formal peer review article with the {{Language Journal}} template. Formal peer review articles that review an article of the Language Journal are themselves subject to peer review. See Language Journal:Instructions for reviewers.

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