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Philosophy: Undergraduate

Posted on Thursday, August 12th, 2010

Students have started an undergraduate philosophy journal, Agora. Congratulations, and thanks, to all who write for it and help to produce it.

We would also like to draw your attention to a philosophy blog, the Hemlock Journal , put together by our undergraduate students and devoted to "alternative and creative means of doing philosophy".

Studies by Undergraduate Researchers at Guelph (SURG, pronounced "surge") is a refereed, multi-disciplinary electronic journal that publishes research articles by University of Guelph undergraduate students. Developed through co-operation of the University's Office of Research and the McLaughlin Library, SURG is an open-access journal, available for free to everyone with access to the Internet.

The Ontario College of Teachers recently declared Philosophy to be a “teachable” subject. Those interested in finding out more about careers teaching philosophy in schools may be interested in the Ontario Philosophy Teachers' Association.