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Direc­tory macros/latex/contrib/philosophersimprint

As said in its mission statement at
http://www.philosophersimprint.org, ``Philosophers' Imprint is a
refereed series of original papers in philosophy, edited by philosophy
faculty at the University of Michigan, with the advice of an
international Board of Editors, and published on the World Wide Web by
the University of Michigan Digital Library. The mission of the Imprint
is to promote a future in which funds currently spent on journal
subscriptions are redirected to the dissemination of scholarship for
free, via the Internet.''  The journal used to accept manuscripts in
Rich Text Format only.  However, for many authors, especially from the
field of logic, TeX seems to be a better choice.  I was commissioned
to write a LaTeX class for this journal.

The aim of the class is to help authors to typeset their own
articles in the ``Web-ready'' format.  We do not assume the authors
have any commercial fonts installed on their machines.  The class
uses only freely available and freely distributed fonts.  

Changes in version 1.4

  - Typesetting improvements.

Changes in version 1.3

  - Added copyright licensing information

Changes in version 1.2

  - Added trailing slash to the title page URL

Changes in version 1.1

  - New formatting of journal URL
  - Better handling of footnotes
  - Use for microtype if exists

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philoso­pher­sim­print – Type­set­ting ar­ti­cles for "Philoso­phers' Im­print"

In its mis­sion state­ment we read “Philoso­phers’ Im­print is a ref­er­eed se­ries of orig­i­nal pa­pers in phi­los­o­phy, edited by phi­los­o­phy fac­ulty at the Univer­sity of Michi­gan, with the ad­vice of an in­ter­na­tional Board of Edi­tors, and pub­lished on the World Wide Web by the Univer­sity of Michi­gan Dig­i­tal Li­brary. The mis­sion of the Im­print is to pro­mote a fu­ture in which funds cur­rently spent on jour­nal sub­scrip­tions are redi­rected to the dis­sem­i­na­tion of schol­ar­ship for free, via the In­ter­net”.

The class helps au­thors to type­set their own ar­ti­cles in “Web-ready” for­mat. No as­sump­tion is made about the fonts avail­able to the au­thor: the class it­self is re­stricted to freely avail­able and freely dis­tributed fonts, only.

Li­censesThe Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainerBoris Veyts­man
Con­tained inTeX Live as philoso­pher­sim­print
MiKTeX as philoso­pher­sim­print
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