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Blog of the APA

  • by Héctor Hernández Editor’s Note: This piece was the runner up of the APA Blog’s first Public Philosophy Award for Undergraduates. What would it be like ... Read more...
  • by Kayum Ahmed Fallism is an attempt to make sense of the experiences of Black people in a white, liberal university, through decolonial theories centered ... Read more...
  • It’s been an uneven week for women’s issues. On the negative side, you had Tucker Carlson’s misogynistic comments and prominent women being featured in the ... Read more...
  • Curt Ball is the President of Fundamental Labor Strategies®, Inc.  He graduated with a BA from Franklin and Marshall College in 1985 earning the John ... Read more...
  • by Kristina Dukoski Editors Note: This piece was the winner of the APA Blogs first Public Philosophy Award for Undergraduates. “A man of genius makes ... Read more...

Feminist Philosophers

  • We report with sadness the death of Professor Anita Silvers of San Francisco State University on Thursday, March 14, 2019. She was known for her work...
  • Annual Conference The Future of Inclusion 26th Annual Meeting of Society for Philosophy in the Contemporary World July 18th-23th, 2019 at University of...
  • A powerful article, making really important points. (It does include several descriptions of sexual violence.) Consistency is complex, of course. There...
  • Have a look!
  • Sheela-na-gigs

    Or: carvings of naked women adorning British churches. If you look them up on google youll see theyve got a fair amount of recent attention. At the same...

Daily Nous

  • Chaospet

     Chaospet by Ryan Lake Other Daily Nous Comics / More Info about DN Comics Ryan Lake on Twitter    The post Chaospet appeared first on Daily Nous
  • Local intellectual traditions, the guidance of key people, a strong institutional infrastructure, a straightforward style of writing, and the fruitfulness of a of philosophical outlook, all under the...
  • A new visualization of the world of philosophy has been released. Pitched as Google Maps meets PhilPapers, philosophies.space maps philosophy with reference points to subject areas and publications...
  • 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...
  • The Ethics and Public Policy Laboratory (EthicsLab) is a new research center at the Catholic University of Central Africa that is officially launching this week.  Located in Yaoundé, the capital of...

Philosopher's Cocoon

  • In our most recent "how can we help you?" thread, a reader writes in: I've just been offered a VAP at Institution X, where a decision is expected of me...
  • A reader writes in: Would it be possible to open a topic on your blog about advices for those of us who start to do reviews for the first time? I am in...
  • Spring break sounds

  • In our most recent "how can we help you?" thread, EL.DEE.ESS writes: I have a question about the journal review process. I have run into the following...
  • In our most recent "how can we help you?" thread, Kent writes: I'm a current MA student about to visit PhD programs, and I've realized that I have no...

Leiter Reports

  • Well, not really, but funny.
  • This is very funny: [T]he first daughter and her husband remain psychologically mysterious, at least to me. Why don’t they have impostor syndrome, given that their total lack of qualifications for the jobs they are doing makes them actual impostors?...
  • MOVING TO FRONT AGAIN (ORIGINALLY POSTED MARCH 11): Discussion continues in the comments Not quite twenty years ago, I began pressing philosophy departments to provide comprehensive placement information on their homepages. That effort was largely successful, and the average philosophy...
  • Philosopher John Schwenkler (Florida State) offers a sympathetic overview of her work and public positions. (Anscombe's Intention is undoubtedly an important work, but it seems to me overstatement to call it "the foundational text in analytic philosophy of action," although...
  • ...and it's in The New York Times. Kudos to the AEA for investigating this and publicizing it. But why haven't more economists been taken down by sexual harassment? Have I missed it?

The Stone