Dialectic is the journal of the University of York Philosophy Society.  It is produced by University of York students for an undergraduate audience, but features essays by undergraduates, postgraduates and academics from various institutions.  There are two volumes a year, one in the first and third academic terms of the University of York.

Since the magazine’s inception in 2007, Dialectic has gained considerable momentum.  Beginning as a solely online entity publishing essays by University of York students, Dialectic is now both online and in print and has received submissions and published work by students of the University of Warwick, U.C.L., the University of Bristol, the University of Essex, Durham University, the University of Birmingham, King’s College London, L.S.E. , the University of Edinburgh and the University of Oxford.  Dialectic is an important part of York Philosophy Society’s endeavour to encourage interaction between philosophy students at different institutions.

If you are interested in writing for Dialectic, please e-mail the editor at dialecticsubmissions@googlemail.com.  Refer to the posts on ‘Call for papers’ and ‘Submission guidelines’ for more details.

The Dialectic Committee (2013 – 2014)

Editor: Rob Phillips

Deputy Editors: Robert Webster, Dan Davis, Adam Gilbank

Production: Joseph Hoult

If you want to get involved in Dialectic, whether you’re writing a paper or want to secure a position on the committee, please get in through email (dialecticyork@gmail.com) or join our Facebook group

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