Tolle Lege is a student journal of theology and philosophy published annually, at the end of the fall semester. Essays written by any student of the university on any topic in theology or philosophy are considered for publication, though preference is given to undergraduates.
The journal is staffed by a team of Mount students, who, assisted by two faculty advisors, have complete control over the editorial process, including the selection of essays to be published. Our aim is to publish the very best philosophical and theological writing done by Mount students each year, thereby exemplifying and promoting the Mount’s mission to foster “liberal learning in the pursuit of truth.”
The journal takes both its name and its inspiration from St. Augustine, in whose thought theology and philosophy are merged in a unified search for truth.
To submit a manuscript for the seventh issue (to be published in 2013) see the submission guidelines.