Peers give feedback as: publish with minor adjustments, publish with major adjustments and do not publish. The most common feedback is publish with major adjustments. This usually means that there are issues with some ideas, paragraphing, and Intellect's Style, which - generally speaking - follows the Harvard referencing system. Usually, do not publish feedback happens when there is no critical insights or the English language quality is too poor to work with. We aim to support emerging authors to get published, so we are more likely to work with the author across a span of more than one issue to get it to publish standard, than to immediately turn down the article.