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Janua Sophia

An Undergraduate Journal of Philosophy

Managing Editor: Corbin Fowler
Executive Editor: Corbin Fowler
Consulting Editor: Shannon M. Fera
Copy Editor: For 2018: Caroline Campbell
Photograph from the Great Wall of China by Seth T. Miller Janua Sophia means doorway wisdon. The Roman god Janus, whose name is derived from janua, is the god of both beginnings and endings. Typically, Janus is depicted as dual-faced, in symbolism of looking simultaneously forward and backward. Traditionally, temples to Janus had a doorway facing the East and a doorway facing the West. It is thus the humble mission of Janua Sophia to be like a doorway in thought, connecting the East and the West.

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Janua Sophia means doorway wisdon. The Roman god Janus, whose name is derived from janua, is the god of both beginnings and endings. Typically, Janus is depicted as dual-faced, in symbolism of looking simultaneously forward and backward. Traditionally, temples to Janus had a doorway facing the East and a doorway facing the West. It is thus the humble mission of Janua Sophia to be like a doorway in thought, connecting the East and the West.

Support for Janua Sophia comes from Edinboro University and the Pennsylvania Interdisciplinary Association for Philosophy and Religious Studies. For information about the journal, contact Dr. Corbin Fowler, Executive Editor, by email at cfowler@edinboro.edu or corbinfowler3@gmail.com. Dr Fowler can also be reached by phone at 814 732-1123.

We have published Janua Sophia for 20 years, mostly in hard copies, but online for the past few years. It has been a labor of love, but we must now call it quits. We thanks all the students who have submitted their work to us. We thank all the referees who have helped make this a professional journal for undergraduate philosophy and preparation for graduate school. We thank Edinboro University and the Department of English & Philosophy for their support. Shannon and I now say "Good bye."