The long-awaited Prometheus Undergrad Philosophy Journal is finally here! We have six excellent papers from students attending universities from the US and the UK. We are excited to publish the 2020 issue of Prometheus.
The Table of Contents:
The Undemandingness of Progressive Consequentialism, Joseph Philip Flanagan.
The University of Bristol. pp. 1 – 11.
Painting and Relation, in Their Existential Significance, Alicia Badea.
Johns Hopkins University. pp. 12 – 20.
Three Visions of an Ideal World: Kant Against Rival Idealisms, Joe Brownsberger
Yale University. pp. 21 – 27.
The Phainomena in Aristotle’s De Anima, Ammar Plumber.
University of Pennsylvania. pp. 28 – 39.
Derrida and Habermas on Modernity and the Production of Meaning, Maximilian Paul Jonathan Forster.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. pp. 40 – 48.
Heidegger’s Neglect of and Dependence on the Body in Being and Time, Jacob Joram.
Johns Hopkins University. pp. 49 – 57.
Process of Reviewing:
The papers were blind-reviewed, meaning that authors were asked to eliminate all identificatory information and the reviewers did not have any information about the author when reading the papers. When reviewing a paper submitted by the member of the editorial board, we ensured that that particular paper was reviewed by other members of the editorial board.
Finally, we would like to thank the authors for their excellent papers, the Prometheus reviewers for reviewing the submissions, and Austin who guided us through the publication process. In addition, this wouldn’t have been possible without the help of the philosophy departments who shared the call for papers for Prometheus. Thank you all for those who helped Prometheus, and we hope you enjoy the journal!
Without further ado, here are the files:
(We’ve uploaded both the compiled journal and the separate papers.)
BOARD MEMBERS (AY 2019-2020)
President: Adam Katwan