Monday, January 5, 2009

Wooster's Undergraduate Journal (CFP)

Sapere Aude
The College of Wooster Philosophical Journal

Students Of the
College of Wooster
Philosophy Department
Wooster, OH

'Sapere Aude', as used in Immanuel Kant's Essay, "What is
Enlightenment?" means 'Dare to Know.' This phrase exemplifies the
mission of Sapere Aude. Our aim is to facilitate intellectual
discovery by encouraging students to reason independently and to
explore unfamiliar philosophical territory.

We invite undergraduate students to submit philosophical papers in all
areas of philosophy. The papers should exhibit independent thought and
exemplify a deep understanding of a philosophical issue.

Papers sent to Sapere Aude for consideration of inclusion must adhere
to the following:

1) Each entry should be prepared for blind review and must have a
title page containing the author’s name, college or university, and
year. (No other identifier should be present within the paper).

2) All entries should be no longer than 20 pages and may include
footnotes as a supplement to the text.

3) Paper format: one inch margins, double spaced, 12 pt. font, Times
New Roman, and should adhere to an accepted style of citation.

4) All pages, except the title page, should be numbered.

5) All entries should be submitted as an electronic copy (.Doc only,
please) to Sapere_aude@wooster.edu.

Final papers and graduate school writing samples make particularly
good submissions.

Please send any questions to Sapere_aude@wooster.edu.

Deadline for Submission: January 31st, 2009

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