Archiving policy

Resistances uses the OJS/PKP platform; therefore, it is compatible with the LOCKSS (Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) system and the CLOCKSS (Controlled Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) system, both of which serve to guarantee a permanent and secure archive of the journal. 
Authors may make other independent and additional contractual arrangements for the distribution of the article published in this journal (e.g., inclusion in an institutional repository or publication in a book) as long as they clearly indicate that the work was first published in Resistances. In case of reproduction, a note similar to the following should be included: This text was originally published in RESISTANCES. JOURNAL OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY, Volume, number, section, number of pages, and year of publication.
Author's license
The authors retain the copyright, the article will be published in open access under the terms of a Creative Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0).
Preprint Policy

- Preprint self-archiving conditions: Before final publication, Resistances recommends authors to archive their pre-print version on their personal and institutional websites, on scientific social networks, in repositories, in bibliographic managers... The preprint must include the following mention: "This is the electronic version of an article accepted for publication in the journal Resistances [year], already available online on the official website through its DOI:". Once published, authors should state: "This is the electronic version of an article published in the journal Resistances [year]. The definitive version is available on the official website, on the date indicated in the preprint, through its DOI".

- Conditions for self-archiving of the post-print: Authors are allowed to reuse the published work, i.e. the post-print (final PDF version from the publisher) can be archived for non-commercial purposes, and authors are strongly recommended to deposit it in:

  • Social networks (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn...).
  • Institutional repository of your university and public repositories (Mendeley, Cosis...).
  • Scientific social networks (ResearchGate,, Kudos...).
  • Personal or institutional websites, blogs, etc.
  • Google Scholar, ORCID, ResearchID, ScopusID...

If you do not have accounts in networks, it is highly recommended that you create them, since they are platforms through which most of the articles and current scientific and professional knowledge are disseminated and shared.