'Terra Cotta Warrior,' by Teresa Taniguchi is on cover of new 'Reflections.'
“Reflections VI,” the 2012 Department of Philosophy Online Journal of Undergraduate.
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.