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Feminist Philosophers

  • Blog closed

    This blog is no longer adding new posts. But it will remain up as an archive.
  • Ive really enjoyed this period of looking back at the blog, and hearing from co-bloggers. Im so very grateful to Lady Day for organising it! Its prompted...
  • As we announced April 23, Feminist Philosophers is shutting down. This is one of a series of posts by FP bloggers looking back on the blog and bidding...
  • As we announced April 23, Feminist Philosophers is shutting down. This is one of a series of posts by FP bloggers looking back on the blog and bidding...
  • As we announced April 23, Feminist Philosophers is shutting down. This is one of a series of posts by FP bloggers looking back on the blog and bidding...

Daily Nous

  • In an interview at Inside Higher Education, Jason Brennan (Georgetown) and Phillip Magness (American Institute for Economic Research), answer a question from interviewer Scott Jaschik about their view...
  • Mini-Heap

    Lots of interesting stuff this week, so heres another Mini-Heap: I reject the idea that philosophy is argument  Most real philosophy, as experienced by most people, takes the form of fiction Eric Schwitzgebel...
  • San Francisco State University has developed a graduate program in artificial intelligence (AI) ethics. According to an article at the Wall Street Journal (registration, but no subscription, required...
  • Too many policy lobbyists have, often unknowingly, unthinkingly perhaps, accepted a narrow and utilitarian view of educationone that suggests we exist to be made usefulwhich leads to a great loss of...
  • Mini-Heap

    A new Mini-Heap. What can be legitimately expected if a piece of art?  Sean T. Murphy (Indiana) takes up the question in light of the final episodes of Game of Thrones The return of this book is a nice...

Philosopher's Cocoon

  • Spring sounds

    This band is too good - you're welcome. ;)
  • By Louise Pedersen, University of Utah I am a fifth-year graduate student at the University of Utah. During the Fall ’19 and Spring ’20 semesters I taught...
  • A lot of really cool practices have been shared in Helen's unusual teaching ideas series. While I've tried out a few unusual things over the years, and...
  • A reader asks, Do you know if there is any discussion on the Cocoon blog about how to try to do a "mid-career" move? Success at that seems very random...
  • In my first post in this series, I argued that our profession--grad programs and professional institutions--should do far more to foster alt-ac opportunities...

Leiter Reports

The Stone