The Journal is an annual review of the best essays from all branches of philosophy written by undergraduates. We aim to serve both undergraduate philosophy students, who hone their abilities for creative and critical thinking, and society at large, which invariably draws on philosophical ideas when making its most important decisions.

The Journal especially encourages submissions addressing topics on the margins of traditional analytical philosophy, including essays on philosophy of race, philosophy of gender, and non-Western philosophy. We are furthermore committed to highlighting the work of students from groups underrepresented in philosophy.

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Correction for Volume 7: In the previous online version and the print version of Volume VII, the essay "Law, Liberty, and the Limits of Selfhood" was incorrectly published under the name Hayley Donovan. The author's name has been corrected to Adam Lewis Sebastian Lehodey.