Volume 14 of Prometheus: The Johns Hopkins University Undergraduate Journal of Philosophy is here! This year, we are happy to present five papers from students attending universities across the United States. We would like to thank the authors for their insightful papers, the Prometheus Editors for reviewing the submissions, the multiple graduate students for assisting in the review process, and our advisor Cara Cummings 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 and those who submitted papers. Thank you all for those who helped create this new edition of Prometheus, and we hope you enjoy the wonderful essays within!
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 a member of the editorial board, we ensured that that particular paper was reviewed by other members of the editorial board.
Without further ado, here is the journal: