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Ephemeris is an undergraduate journal of philosophy, student-run and dedicated to harvesting exceptional undergraduate writing grounded in the distinct value and interest of the philosophical endeavor.

Ephemeris originates from Union College's Philosophy Club - a forum for social and intellectual interaction among philosophers at Union.

Ephemeris 2016 is available! Ephemeris 2017 due date 02/16/2017

We thank our authors for excellent work and help in bringing the issue to fruition. Print copies of the journal are available on request and price of postage.
We are accepting submissions for Ephemeris 2017; the due date for submission is February 16th, 2017

The Extension of the Extended Mind
James Brown / Lancaster University

On the Ontological Difference between Past, Present and Future
Daniel Davis / University of York

The Problem of Existence
Joseph Levy / Western Washington University

Grice's Theory of Communication and the Interpretation of Law
Marat Shardimgaliev / Radboud University Nijmegen

Legality and Morality of US Detention Centers
Nealay Vasavda / Union College

Table of Contents Ephemeris 2015

We are pleased to announce the 2015 edition of EPHEMERIS! We thank all who have submitted work and congratulate the authors whose work has been selected. Please see the Table of Contents below and the links lead to the individual papers. The print edition will be available soon and we are happy to send copies to individuals on request.

Apologetics and the Historical Deficit
Colin Michael Bodayle (Belmont University)

Pearls and Personal Identity
Daniel Davis (University of York)

Frankfurt Examples: A Step toward Compatibilism?
Michael Durant (Grand Valley State University)

The Implications of Jackson's Knowledge Argument:
Andrew Forte (Union College)

Nietzsche, Nihilism and What to do Next
Madeleine Hyde (University of York)

McGinn's “Can We Solve the Mind-Body Problem?”
Henry Nikogosyan (University of Nevada)

Once More into Plato's Cave
Jacob Ohanian (McMaster University)

Leibniz's Philosophy of Space and Time
Caleb Reidy (Marquette University)

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