Ex Animo

 

Ex Animo is an undergraduate-run, peer-reviewed, open-access philosophy journal. Pluralistic in nature, this journal aims to publish the philosophical works of undergraduates that are driven by and grounded in a philosophical interest in the world. As such, the journal represents plurality not only in the diversity of the thought expressed in the journal but in the various media through which the works themselves are expressed. Visual, textual (e.g., academic papers, aphorisms, poetry, and short stories), and multimedia works of philosophical intent are the focus of publication at Ex Animo.

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Recent Submissions

  • Stalie, Pollyanna (University of Oregon, 2021-05-16)
    Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a practical theory of discipline that focuses on prevention—rather than punishment,—and affirmation of preferred behavior. PBIS is primarily used in schools, and I ...
  • Schatz, Timothy (University of Oregon, 2021-05-16)
    The quintessential characterization of Hegel's philosophy is that of a circle. In the context of his Phenomenology of Spirit, this means a kind of unity or semblance thereof between sensuous-certainty and absolute knowing. ...
  • Angel 
    Amezcua, A. Isabelle (University of Oregon, 2021-05-16)
    Angels are a common motif in the World, and in the West. Not just in religion (and, by extension, philosophy), but also in art and its myriad expressions. There are many ways to imagine (that is, to make an image of) angels, ...
  • O'Brien, Bill (University of Oregon, 2021-05-16)
    The purpose of this paper is to critically examine abstraction in the context of John Dewey’s notion of reflective thought. Abstraction is to be understood as a pragmatic tool that underpins reflective thought. In other ...
  • Hanover, Sydney (University of Oregon, 2021-05-16)
    Governmental and corporate spying are no longer a surprising facet of everyday life in the digital age. In this paper, I expand upon the implications at stake in debates on autonomy, privacy, and anonymity, and I arrive ...
  • Currie, Luke (University of Oregon, 2021-05-16)
    This is an attempt to think through the idea that human knowledge has no fundamental ground. It seemed best to present this gesture in fragments rather than argument. In the questioning pursuit of absolute certainty, one ...