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Aporia call for undergraduate papers

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Aporia, Brigham Young University’s undergraduate journal of philosophy, is pleased to announce the fall 2014 call for papers.  Aporia is dedicated to recognizing exemplary philosophical work at the undergraduate level.  We are now accepting submissions for the fall 2014 issue, which will be published online.  The winning papers will be announced in November.  We hope that you will inform all philosophy students of this opportunity to be recognized and to participate in the philosophical community.  We especially invite professors to encourage authors of outstanding undergraduate work to submit their papers.  Attached is a flier announcing the call for papers; this flier also contains important information about the submission process, as well as the due date for submissions: October 10, 2014.   Thank you for supporting Aporia in recognizing and encouraging excellent undergraduate philosophical research.

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