- Arto Tukiainen (Helsinki): On Wittgenstein's Claim That Ethical Value Judgments are Nonsense.
- From the inaugural issue of the Journal for the History of Analytical Philosophy, James Pearson (Pittsburgh): Distinguishing WV Quine and Donald Davidson.
- From Theoretical and Applied Ethics, a special issue on the moral philosophy of Bernard Williams.
- From TNR, Philip Kitcher reviews On What Matters by Derek Parfit.
- From 3:AM, indie rock virtues: An interview with Josh Knobe, co-author of Experimental Philosophy Manifesto; philosophy as the great naivete: An interview with Jason Stanley, author of Know How; and the splintered skeptic: An interview with Eric Schwitzgebel, a mad dog crazyist philosopher at the UC-Riverside.
- Complaints that philosophy is irrelevant have persisted over time, but there are reasons it should not be be confined to the "ivory tower."
- Is killing wrong? Josh Rothman wonders.
- Ready for a "morality pill": Would it be ethical to produce, or take, a drug that makes us more likely to help others?
- Citizen philosophers: Carlos Fraenkel on teaching justice in Brazil.
Monday, February 06, 2012
Bookforum - Philosophy as the great naivete
From Bookforum's Omnivore, another cool collection of philosophy links.