Dianoia (journal)

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Dianoia: The Undergraduate Philosophy Journal of Boston College  
Publication details
Boston College Libraries (United States)
Standard abbreviations
ISSN2476-1818 (print)
2476-1826 (web)
OCLC no.25557273

Dianoia: The Undergraduate Philosophy Journal of Boston College is an undergraduate research journal of philosophy housed at Boston College and edited by undergraduates around the world. The journal publishes philosophical essays, book reviews, and interviews[1][2][3][4][5](with famous philosophers, including Richard Kearney and William J. Richardson).[6]Dianoia publishes annually both in print and e-journal formats, and receives its funding from the Boston College Institute for the Liberal Arts.


In 2011, the journal received seventy submissions and published a collective seven articles by the spring of 2012.[7][8] Following Issue I, Dianoia returned in the falls of 2012 and 2013 to produce two more issues before its brief, two-year administrative hiatus between 2015 and 2016. Dianoia’s logistical hiatus lasted until the journal’s third Editor-in-Chief Thomas Lombardo published Issue IV in the spring of 2017.[9] This rebirth gave rise to a number of stylistic and managerial changes, but perhaps most significantly, Dianoia opened up its review to the international community for the first time in its history.[10] In the following year, Peter Klapes led the publication from 2017 to 2019 through its fifth and sixth issues.[11]


Issue Name
Issue VII Noah Valdez
Issue VI Peter Klapes
Issue V Peter Klapes
Issue IV Thomas Lombardo
Issue III Karel-Bart Celie
Issue II Lucia Kim
Issue I Lucia Kim

In the media


  1. [1] "Dianoia : the undergraduate philosophy journal of Boston College" University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries
  2. [2] "Undergraduate Research Journals: Philosophy" University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries
  3. [3] "Student Journals & Publishing" The University of Arizona, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
  4. [https://wp.stolaf.edu/philosophy/activities-awards-events/undergraduate-journals-of-philosophy/> "Undergraduate Journals of Philosophy" St. Olaf College
  5. [4] "Research and Internship Opportunities" The University of Rochester, Department of Philosophy
  6. [5] "Richard Kearney, Print Media, On Being a Public Intellectual Dianoia (Spring 2014)
  7. [6]The Heights "‘Quasi-Inaugural Edition’ of Philosophy Journal Launches," Boston College
  8. [7]Boston College Chronicle Vol 21, No.18, pg. 6, May 23, 2013
  9. [8]The Heights "‘Quasi-Inaugural Edition’ of Philosophy Journal Launches," Boston College
  10. [9]"Dianoia [electronic resource] the undergraduate philosophy journal of Boston College." Princeton University Library
  11. [10]"Dianoia International Philosophy Journal Releases New Issue" News Archive, Boston College Libraries

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