The Luventicus Academy, Reports is a
periodic publication on the fundamentals, philosophy and history of sciences by authors around the world.
Reports publishes high quality works in the form of research papers, communications, reviews, remakes, methodological notes, addenda, comments and letters. ("Reports" are accounts of something done, studied or observed, communicated via electronic media.)
Research papers are complete reports of original works, new results and new ideas of the author(s).
Communications are short reports that call attention to new ideas which are especially timely even though at an early stage of development.
Reviews are in-depth treatments that go considerably beyond the compilation of recent literature. They should set the chosen field in perspective and give the reader some critical guidance.
Remakes are new presentations of classical works that give different arguments to support an idea or to defend a thesis.
Methodological notes are proposals on how to present certain subjects.
Addenda are corrections or material that is to be added to previous articles by the original author(s).
Comments are opinions or reinterpretations by other authors concerning articles previously published in Reports. (The appropriate place for comments on works published elsewhere is our Online Forum.) The original author(s) are always given the opportunity to provide a rebuttal.
Letters may be submitted to the Editor. They are intended to be a way for experts to inform readers about their views on key issues, significant progress, or crucial problems that need to be solved in their field.
Special issues may be devoted to timely symposia or to blocks of invited or submitted papers on selected topics.
Though there is no a limit for pages in any section, communications and comments are generally, but not necessary, shorten works.