'Terra Cotta Warrior,' by Teresa Taniguchi is on cover of new 'Reflections.'
Philosophy student writings published online
- June 20, 2012 11:00am
“Reflections VI,” the 2012 Department of Philosophy Online Journal of Undergraduate writing, is available at:http://www20.csueastbay.edu/class/departments/philosophy/reflections/2011-2012/index.html
The document includes several original and diverse pieces of writing, as well as original art, according to Philosophy Professor and Chair Jennifer Eagan.
Pieces include Genesis of the Individual: The True Original Sin?,* the first place winner of the Prestigious Bassen Prize, 2011, by Thomas Rule; “The Near Death Experience,” the second place winner of the Prestigious Bassen Prize, 2011, by Erik Edgren; and “Desire Is as Desire Does: A Path of Suffering or a Path Towards Enlightenment,” by Janelle Renée.
Also included are, “To Build a Cathedral,” by Lauren Lola; “Radiohead’s Kid A and the Mystic Experience,” by Brent Schrodetzki; “Philosophy of Science and Its Implications for Western Medicine,” by Rebecca Kim; and “We Should Believe in Tyler Durden: A Reflection on Consumerism,” by Jeremy Dutra.
The cover is “Terra Cotta Warrior III – Archer,” by Teresa Taniguchi.
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