Acta Cogitata is a journal dedicated to disseminating and celebrating the work of undergraduate students in the discipline of philosophy.
The journal is listed with the Library of Congress, ISSN 2330-5118.
The journal is published once a year, typically late in the fall semester. It features peer reviewed articles, authored by philosophers working on their undergraduate degree in philosophy (see below). The journal also publishes several of the best papers from Eastern Michigan University's Undergraduate Conference in Philosophy.
The journal accepts submissions year round.
Acta Cogitata is dedicated to providing a venue for undergraduate authors of original philosophical papers to have their work reviewed and, possibly, published. Publication acknowledges the work of outstanding undergraduate authors, rewards their efforts, and provides a home for some thought-provoking projects. Acta Cogitata's authors retain the copyright so that they may continue to develop their projects. The journal does not publish work that has previously been published elsewhere.
The journal accepts papers from all areas of philosophy and seeks to promote philosophical discourse in any area where such discourse may be illuminating.
Journal Editor: Michael Scoville