Philosophy Students’ Association, McGill University








Undergraduate Journal of Philosophy

Revue de philosophie des étudiant(e)s de premier cycle


Recent issues

Volume 27 (Spring 2011): download [.pdf]

Volume 26 (Spring 2010): download [.pdf]

Volume 25 (Spring 2009): download [.pdf]


Call for editors


Philosophic Fragments, McGill's undergraduate journal of philosophy, is seeking editors for the 2011-2012 school year. Fragments comes out annually and requires a small team to solicit, select, and edit submissions, to put together a group of submission readers, to secure funding, and to make Fragments an active intellectual venue in the Philosophy department and undergraduate community.

This is a good opportunity to gain editing and organising experience, and we welcome applications from strong students and writers who are interested in getting involved with an established and respected journal. While a year-long commitment to Fragments is necessary, please note that the majority of the editing and production work is concentrated towards the end of the Winter semester.

All those interested should please send a brief letter of intent, a resume and a writing sample (5-10 pages) to Please note that the resume should specify all courses taken in philosophy, as well as any relevant experience.


About us


Philosophic Fragments was started in 1984 by undergraduate students at McGill who sought a bilingual forum to publish the ideas and insights of their peers. This coming spring, Fragments will publish its 27th volume.


Fragments is pleased to receive support from the Philosophy Students’ Association, the Arts Undergraduate Society, the McGill philosophy department, and the Dean of Arts Development Fund.




Editorial board


Elena Choquette

Matt Essert

Rebecca Rodin