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The Stone

Daily Nous

  • Agnes Heller (1929-2019)

    Agnes Heller, a prolific Hungarian philosopher who as a child lost much of her family in the Holocaust and as a professor at the University of Budapest lost her job because she refused to testify that...
  • The British Academy, an organization which, among other things, selects scholars in the humanities and social sciences as “fellows” to recognize their academic distinction, has included three philosophers...
  • Mini-Heap

    The latest Mini-Heap Humor is philosophically interesting because amusement can be justified without any expectation that the reasons we give speak to rational beings, as such  Kieran Setiya (MIT) on...
  • Here’s the weekly report on new entries in online philosophical resources and new reviews of philosophy books. Below is a list of recent updates, if there have been any, to the Stanford Encyclopedia...
  • Daniel Callahan, co-founder and longtime director of the Hastings Center, the first-ever bioethics research institute, has died. Dr. Callahan was known as one of the founders of contemporary biomedical...

Philosopher's Cocoon

Leiter Reports

Aeon Philosophy

  • While I yet live

    Gee's Bend (also known as Boykin) is an isolated hamlet encircled by the Alabama River, with a population of roughly 100 people, most of them African...
  • We’re opportunistic, inventive and flexible animals, and there is no ‘natural’ or ‘right’ way to bring up our children By Olga Mecking Read at...
  • I didn't like the story I was given. So I wrote a new one. A feminist, a social-justice advocate and a media sensation in her own right, the...
  • Would you carve a roast with a knife that had been used in a murder? Why not? And what does this tell us about ethics? By Paul Sagar Read at Aeon...
  • Take the Five

    Interstate 5, the primary highway on the West Coast of the United States, runs for more than 1,000 miles between Mexico and Canada, through California...