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  • Jon Marc Asper received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Oral Roberts University, his M.A. in Philosophy from Biola University, and is currently a PhD candidate (ABD) at the University of Missouri, advised by Dr. Peter Vallentyne. He philosophizes mostly about practical rationality, especially agent-relative value and why some evaluations are merely optional — see Ruth []
  • by Brian Berkey Earlier this year I was fortunate enough to be a part of the launch week event for the Ethics and Public Policy Laboratory (EthicsLab, for short), based at the Catholic University of Central Africa in Yaoundé, Cameroon. The launch took place March 19th – 22nd, and brought together dozens of philosophers and []
  • Agostino Cera, PhD. is an adjunct professor of theoretical philosophy at the Department of Humanities (DiSU) in University of Basilicata (Italy).  She also serves as an adjunct professor of phenomenology of image (since 2018) at the Academy of Fine Arts of Naples (Italy).Her areas of interest include continental philosophy between XIX and XX century (especially []
  • by Tracy Llanera The job season is here again. If you’re on the market as an ABD or an early career researcher and you have a non-mainstream profile, you’re likely experiencing these familiar job hunt sentiments and remarks: the bouts of “impostor syndrome,” the threat of competition, the sneers of “diversity hire” from dissatisfied peers []
  • David Atenasiowill serve as a lecturer this Fall at Frostburg State University. He received his PhD from Loyola University Chicago in 2019. He primarily writes on topics related to complicity, collective action and collective responsibility, but is also working on projects on the nature of consent and the social contract. What are you working on []

The Stone

Daily Nous

  • As you all know, Kants moral philosophy includes the idea of universalization.  But did you also know that this means that before we do something, we should ask ourselves if the act we are about to...
  • The Journal of Contemporary African Philosophy is a new peer-reviewed journal that aims to provide a venue for the formulation and presentation of African philosophy in a contemporary form that directs...
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    Links of possible interest to those interested in philosophy The mathematics we have today is the result of countless decisions, big and small, and, in that sense, I think it is best to think of mathematical...
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    The latest from the Heap of Links A strange 1756 opera that satirized David Hume  The Philosophers Opera by John McLaurin People tried to reject Aristotle on the same grounds that they now try to reject...

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Aeon Philosophy

  • Beginning in 2004, the evolutionary biologist Ed Scholes of Cornell University in New York and the US nature photographer Tim Laman embarked on...
  • These days, ‘creepy’ is a popular pejorative. From ‘Creepy Uncle Joe’ Biden’s hair-smelling antics to Justin Trudeau standing ‘too close’ to a tennis...
  • While the 'manufacture of consent' is an idea now mostly associated with Noam Chomsky, the phrase was actually coined by the US journalist and writer...
  • On serendipity

    A decades-long conversation between friends about books, photography and life, exploring what it is to know, to look, to see By Sven Birkerts & Christopher...
  • A Classical education was never just for the elite, but was a precious and inspiring part of working-class British life By Edith Hall Read at...