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Post by Scott » September 20th, 2009, 7:37 pm

I have now made it so a few of our exclusive articles will be featured on the homepage of the forums (in addition to already being featured in other places on the site and in off-site advertisements and promotion).

I welcome any members of the forum who are interested in writing and submitting their own philosophy articles to be published on OnlinePhilosophyClub.com and featured on the homepage of the forums.

Instead of being posted in the forums, these featured exclusive articles will be published on their own page on the website (example).

If you wish to submit an article please send it to me via PM. Here are the requirements:
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