Falsafa ([n] “Philosophy” in Urdu) is a bi-annual undergraduate journal of philosophy edited by The Philosophy Club at UC Irvine.  We are committed to implementing an equitable and objective evaluation process, presenting diverse viewpoints and perspectives, and fostering a community of critical and constructive dialogue.  We are currently accepting submissions for essays, articles, or short notes (including book reviews)! 
 
Contributing is a great opportunity for students to engage in formal philosophical discourse, prepare for graduate -level work in philosophy, or simply pursue their own academic interests.  Submitting to Falsafa will be an exciting opportunity, allowing students to celebrate their hard work, dedication, and passion for philosophy. 
 
Submission guidelines can be found here. The submission deadline is Tuesday. August 31st, 2021. If you are interested in familiarizing yourself with our previous publications, you can find our first published issue here.
 
For more information, please contact falsafauci@gmail.com
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The Philosophy Club at UC Irvine

 

 


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