The Erasmus Student Journal of Philosophy (ESJP) is a double-blind peer-reviewed student journal that publishes the best philosophical papers written by students from Erasmus School of Philosophy and from the Humanities Program of the Erasmus University College. The ESJP aims to further enrich the philosophical environment in which Rotterdam’s philosophy students develop their thinking and to bring their best work to the attention of a wider intellectual audience.
Aside from serving as an important academic platform for students to present their work, the journal has two other goals. First, to provide members of the editorial board the opportunity to develop their own editing and writing skills. Second, to enable students to realize their first official academic publication during their time as a student at ESPhil or the Humanities Department of the EUC. Published papers are available on the ESPhil website, Google Scholar and RePub.
New issues of the ESJP will appear on this website every January and June. Published papers have been nominated by the teacher of the course for which they were written and subjected to double-blind peer review by at least one other teacher and two student editors that act as referees. More information about the requirements that essays need to meet in order to qualify for publication in the ESJP can be found under Submissions.
ISSN Erasmus Student Journal of Philosophy: 2212-9677