is a student-run, undergraduate journal of philosophy at Boston
University. We endeavor to highlight exceptional undergraduate scholarship,
providing undergraduate students with a rare opportunity to publish
their work for a general philosophical readership. The journal is
produced by the Undergraduate Philosophy Association at BU, and
is published in the late spring. All submissions are reviewed by
the editorial board using a blind-review procedure. Selected submissions
are then forwarded to a graduate student referree.
editors of Arché believe that in order for philosophy
to flourish in modern society, its practice cannot be restricted
to a closed community of academics. As such, Arché
offers a forum for undergraduates to publish their philosophical
work. Submissions, which may cover any field of philosophy and style
of discourse, are written, selected, edited and revised entirely
by undergraduates. A board of professional reviewers provides suggestions
and advice for improving their academic quality. The editors are
especially interested in novel philosophical work, urging budding
philosophers not to merely learn their history, but to contribute
meaningful ideas to the philosophic community.
thanks to our sponsors and supporters, who have included the
Student Union Allocations Board; the CAS Department of Philosophy; the Office of the Provost; the CAS Core Curriculum; and the NEH Distinguished Teaching Professorship.
is published by the Boston University Undergraduate Philosophy Association
under the auspices of the Department of Philosophy. All correspondence
and submissions should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
or addressed to our address below.
All rights reserved. ISSN: 1946-181X (online)
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