Electronic Journals
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Journals presenting (wholly or mainly) student writing

* Agora
" a refereed research journal sponsored by the Melbern G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research at Texas A&M University. It is published twice a year online, and each issue features papers and book reviews written by undergraduates and reviewed by professors."
* Aporia
quot;an undergraduate journal of philosophy at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Aporia is published twice yearly: an online edition in the fall, and a print edition in the spring."
Difficult to use with a text-based browser.
* Canadian Undergraduate Journal of Cognitive Science
Published by the Cognitive Science Student Association at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada.
* Carleton University Student Journal of Philosophy
"The Carleton University Student Journal of Philosophy is a free journal containing articles written on a wide variety of philosophical topics by graduate and undergraduate students studying at any university. Papers are refereed by faculty members in the Philosophy Department at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada. Edited by fourth-year honours and graduate students at Carleton University, the Journal was published for 25 years in paper format and is now an exclusively electronic publication. The Editors expect to publish three issues a year on line. Readers can receive email notification of new issues by filling out the form on the home page. Students interested in submitting papers for publication will find a link to submission information on that page."
* Codgito
"publishes high quality graduate and undergraduate papers. It is published once a year by the philosophy students of Memorial University of Newfoundland. The purposes of the Journal is to provide a forum for high quality student articles and thus to promote philosophical discussion."
* CuadrantePhi
From the Universidad Javeriana, Colombia.
* Cyberphilosophy
"seeks to provide an electronic forum for university students to exchange ideas, arguments and information related to the new field of cyberphilosophy" Can't be bothered to cater for non-frames users.
* The Dualist
"a national undergraduate philosophy journal published by Stanford University undergraduates"
* See E-Logos.
 
* Ergon
"Ergon is an online graduate student journal of philosophy at the University of South Carolina. We accept submissions from any active graduate student without a doctorate. Ergon is committed to providing a forum for graduate student work in all areas of philosophy. Each issue will focus on a particular philosophical area or problem by providing a sampling of graduate student work in that area, along with an introduction relating to the theme of the issue."
* Gnosis
"a journal of philosophy published by students under the auspices of the Department of Philosophy of Concordia University. Most authors are graduate students, but submissions by undergraduates are welcomed."
Almost unusable with a text-based browser.
* Interlocutor
"The Sewanee Undergraduate Philosophical Review", which "solicits submissions from undergraduate philosophers around the country". I don't know why the rest of the worlld is excluded, but if you're an undergraduate in the U.S., and don't mind the parochiality, they're looking for submissions.
* Meteorite
A student journal of philosophy from the University of Michigan.
Difficult to use with a text-based browser.
* Prolegomena
"an online philosophy journal for undergraduate students published at the University of British Columbia."
* UCLA Undergraduate Journal of Philosophy
It does exactly what it says on the tin.

Professional journals

* Æ: Canadian Aesthetics Journal/Revue canadienne d'esthétique
The electronic Journal of the Canadian Society for Aesthetics.
* African Studies Quarterly
Multi-disciplinary journal, with occasional philosophy papers.
* Animus
"This Journal aims at an understanding of the works of Western civilization and contemporary views of these works. It seeks to promote a standpoint which is critical of dogmatic positions both within contemporary views and within the Western tradition itself." There's a lot of jargon involving reference to "post-philosophy", and "situating" things "at the present time"... I can't make it out myself, but I expect that, if you like that sort thing, it's the sort of thing you'll like. It can't be accessed by a text-based browser.
* Ars Disputandi
"The Online Journal for Philosophy of Religion."
* The Australasian Journal of Logic
" fully refereed, freely available electronic journal covering all areas of research in logic. We aim to be a repository of timely, original and significant research in pure logic, and logic as it is applied in mathematics, computer science, linguistics and philosophy."
* Basileus
Published in Helsinki, Finland, semi-annually in March and September. Dedicated to philosophical perspectives on law.
This seems to have disappeared; any information gratefully received.
* BEARS
"Brown Electronic Article Review Service": Moral & Political Philosophy. Unfortunately it's gone the way of the frames-victim, and (instead of catering for text-based browsers and the like, as it's so easy to do) makes the usual impertinent suggestion/demand that you change your browser and, perhaps, your operating system or your access to the Internet, in order to view the site.
* Cinta de Moebio
Revista Electrónica de Epistemología de Ciencias Sociales/Electronic Journal of Social Sciences Epistemology. Based in the Social Sciences Faculty of the University of Chile.
* Colibri
"Newsletter and WWW-site on language and speech technology and logic".
* Connexions
"an occasional online journal of theoretical work in contemporary cognitive science."
* Contretemps
Heavy on the style -- so much so that I couldn't access whatever substance it might offer.
* The Critical Rationalist
" a scholarly academic journal, with peer review, founded to facilitate the application, elaboration, and criticism of Popperian philosophy in general, and of Critical Rationalism in particular."
* Cuaderno de Materiales
"Filosofía y ciencias humanas."
* Cultural Logic
"An Electronic Journal of Marxist Theory and Practice"
* Dialégesthai: Rivista telematica di filosofia
"Dialégesthai is a journal of Philosophy mainly devoted to Philosophical Anthropology and Ethics. It aims at offering both a way to make scientific studies easily available, and a forum for promoting dialogic spirit within philosophy. In this way Dialégesthai could become a link with activities or institutions in the fields of interculturality, human rights, interfaith dialogue. Papers in any widespread European language are welcomed."
* Diskus
"The on-disk journal of international Religious Studies. DISKUS aims to publish scholarly articles of a broadly phenomenological character, covering a range of different religous traditions and topics and written in a lucid and accessible manner so as to be useful to a wide readership of academics, students, teachers and others involved in the academic study of religions."
* Disputatio
"a journal of philosophy in the analytic tradition, is a partial electronic version of the print journal of the same title published by the Center for Language, Logic and Cognition of the Portuguese Philosophy Society. The on-line version of Disputatio is released six months after the paper version (published in November and May) and does not contain all papers of the printed version, but only those their authors wish to."
* E-Logos
Papers on a very wide range of philosophical topics in English and Czech, including a section devoted to student papers. Can't be bothered to cater for non-frames users.
* Electronic Journal of Analytic Philosophy (EJAP)
"The editors understand analytic philosophy as characterized by a free use of formal methods, a close relationship with the natural and social sciences, and an incremental approach to problem solving."
* ERCES Online Quarterly Review
"The Online Quarterly Review of Crime, Ethics and Social Philosophy, a new interdisciplinary international journal, is the official journal of the European & International Research Group on Crime, Ethics and Social Philosophy (ERCES). ERCES was founded as a satellite of the European Society of Criminology. ERCES's mission and objectives are closely linked with the ESC while developing its own independence and autonomy."
* Essays in Philosophy: A Biannual Journal
"Modeled after The Monist, each issue of the journal will be devoted to a specific topic."
* Ethics and the Environment
Based at the University of Georgia, it's "an interdisciplinary forum for theoretical and practical articles, discussions, reviews, comments, and book reviews in the broad area encompassed by environmental ethics." Also available as a paper journal.
* Etica & Politica
Produced by the Dipartimento di Filosofia, Università di Trieste. Web page full of style, so difficult to make anything out.
* The Examined Life
" a communication forum for the professional, student, and amateur philosopher."
* Film and Philosophy
"Published annually by the Society for the Philosophic Study of the Contemporary Visual Arts [SPSCVA].The Society's newsletter, which contains film and book reviews, schedules of the Society's activities, and other news of interest to students of film and philosophy, is published quarterly. All issues to date of the journal and the newsletter are available at this website in both WordPerfect 5.1 or html format."
* Harvard Review of Philosophy
"Founded in 1991, The Harvard Review of Philosophy is an annual journal of professional philosophy distributed to over a thousand philosophers, libraries, and universities throughout the world. Our issues have included work by or interviews with many of the major figures in contemporary philosophy, including Noam Chomsky, Sir Karl Popper, W. V. Quine, and John Rawls. The Review is the only such journal run by undergraduates."
* Human Nature Review
"Our goal is to bring into communication the variety of approaches to understanding human nature which have a regrettable tendency to be less in touch with one another than they might. We aim to act as host to original work and to seek to create an enabling space, a forum for constructive (including constructively critical) discussion and critiques of the terms of reference and assumptions of various approaches to the understanding of people as individuals, in groups, in institutions, in societies and as political and ideological beings."
* Hyle
An international journal for the Philosophy of Chemistry, produced in both print and electronic versions.
* Injustice Studies
Seems to have disappeared; any information gratefully received.
* International Philosophical Preprints Exchange
"a service intended to make it easy for philosophers with Internet access of any kind to exchange working papers in all areas of philosophy, and to comment publicly on each other's work. The International Philosophical Preprint Exchange provides storage for working papers, abstracts, and comments, and provides a variety of means by which papers and abstracts may be browsed and downloaded."
Unfortunately, all the internal links are dead; does anyone know what's happened to IPPE?
* j_spot
" an interdisciplinary, electronic journal focusing on a wide range of intersections between theory, politics, culture and social justice."
* Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research
"a refereed journal for scientific papers covering all areas of artificial Intelligence, including automated reasoning, cognitive modeling, knowledge representation, learning, natural language, perception, and robotics. Fully online, publishing papers as soon as they are accepted."
* Journal of Buddhist Ethics
"the first academic journal dedicated entirely to Buddhist ethics, and is innovative in adopting a totally electronic mode of publication. In most other respects, however, it functions as a traditional scholarly journal. Research articles as well as discussions and critical notes submitted to the journal are subject to blind peer review."
* Journal of Islamic Philosophy
A superb site, offering information, e-texts, and much more. The actual journal was still in progress when I last visited, with a few papers available.
* Journal of Logic and Computation
Abstracts on line, full papers down-loadable."aims to promote the growth of logic and computing, including, among others, the following areas of interest: Logical Systems, such as classical and non-classical logic, constructive logic, categorical logic, modal logic, type theory, feasible maths.... Logical issues in logic programming, knowledge-based systems and automated reasoning; logical issues in knowledge representation, such as non-monotonic reasoning and systems of knowledge and belief; logics and semantics of programming; specification and verification of programs and systems; applications of logic in hardware and VLSI, natural language, cincurrent computation, planning, and databases."
* Journal on African Philosophy
"an electronic journal sponsored by the International Society for African Philosophy and Studies (ISAPS) and published by Africa Resource Center, Inc."
* Kainós
"Rivista Telematica di Critica Filosofica".
* Krisis
Biannual Romanian journal, with occasional papers in English. A paper-published journal, but the Web site offers on-line back issues.
* L&PS: Logic and Philosophy of Science
Very messy and difficult to use with a text-based browser.
* Labyrinth
International Journal for Philosophy, Feminist Theory and Cultural Hermeneutics. Difficult to navigate with a text-based browser, or if you have graphics turned off.
* LogBank
A journal for philosophical logic, under the auspices of the Polish Association for Logic and Philosophy of Science. Integrated with Mathesis Universalis.
* Logic Journal of the IGPL
Devoted to Pure & Applied Logic. Badly frames-crippled, and offers no civilised alternative.
* Mathesis Universalis
"Journal in which mechanised deduction is seen as a key to the research in logic and intelligence, intended as a contribution to science-oriented philosophy, developed in a Leibnizian perspective, this set of issues being fittingly covered by the 17th century catchword Mathesis Universalis."
* Metaphysica
"A Journal for Ontology and Metaphysics." 
* Minerva
"published annually and is freely available on the Internet. The journal publishes articles relating to philosophy construed in a broad but scholarly sense, without preference to any particular school or intellectual tradition. Each volume will appear in the month of November. As an electronic journal, Minerva provides swift publication and distribution, while reaction to published articles can be garnered with equal speed. Articles can be pre-published in Minerva and re-submitted for publication in the print journals. Alternatively, articles already published in the print journals can be offered for publication in Minerva. It is intended that the journal will foster debate by publishing considered replies to certain articles and providing a forum for scholarly discourse."
* Moral Musings
A Quarterly Journal of Social and Political Thought. Three volumes appeared (the last in 1999); they're available at this site.
* Nordic Journal of Philosophical Logic
Seeks "submissions in any of the areas associated with Philosophical Logic and with the applications of logic in conceptual analysis."
* On-Line Journal of Ethics
Mainly concerned with business ethics (for those who don't think it's a rubber duck), and the like.
* The Philosophers' Magazine
"your gateway to the best in classic and contemporary philosophy. With news, reviews, features, interviews, new philosophy and over 200 philosophy links, it is our aim to be the most accessible and entertaining forum for general philosophy on the net." (Jeremy Stangroom)
* Philosophia Perennis - Bamberger Zeitschrift fuer Philosophie
Now changed its name to "Sic et Non".
* Philosophy & Public Policy Quarterly
Journal of the Institute for Philosophy & Public Policy, a part of the School of Public Affairs at the University of Maryland. The journal "summarizes Institute scholarship, and features other selected philosophical work on public policy questions.".
* Philosophy, Culture, and Traditions
"a multi-lingual (English-French-Spanish-German) philosophical journal, published annually, and sponsored by the World Union of Catholic Philosophical Societies.".
* Philosophy of Mathematics Education Journal
In fact Paul Ernest's home-page, containing the (unrefereed) journal (as .pdf files). "The aim is to foster awareness of philosophical aspects of mathematics education and mathematics, understood broadly to include most kinds of theoretical reflection and research in mathematics education; to freely disseminate new thinking and to encourage informal communication, dialogue and international co-operation between teachers, scholars and others engaged in such research and reflection."
* Proceedings of the Friesian School
A non-peer-reviewed electronic journal of philosophy that takes up the tradition of the Friesian School and seeks to promote the further development of the critical philosophy of Immanuel Kant.
* Psyche
A refereed, on-line, interdisciplinary journal of research on consciousness.
* Quodlibet
On-line journal of Christian theology & philosophy
* Sic et Non
"Online Forum for Philosophy and Culture".
* SORITES *
An Electronic Quarterly of Analytic Philosophy.
Distributed by e-mail. Indexed & abstracted by Philosophers Index
* Symposia
An Electronic Journal of Philosophy. I must admit to having been put off by the tone and content of the announcement of this journal, and by its rules for submissions. You might disagree. In any case, its site is badly frames-crippled, and offers no civilised alternative.
It now seems to have disappeared.
* Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology
Includes an on-line search engine.
* Totum: Russian | English
Based at the Kuban State University, Russia.
* Truth
Very Christian on-line journal, with a large proportion of philosophical material (issues so far have included papers by Plantinga, Minsky, Lucas, Leslie). [Nothing new since 1999.]
* Volga Journal of Philosophy & Social Sciences
The journal accepts articles in Russian, English, and German. Unfortunately, the site is in character set iso-8859-5, which means that many would-be users only have the option of down-loading it for off-line reading.
This site has disappeared; any information gratefully received.
* World Hongming Philosophical Quarterly
No longer free; see the on-line subscription form.


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