JUL 23 2013
- A new issue of Philosophy in Review is out.
- Daniel Dennett is the mild mannered super wizard of philosophical brainstorms.
- With the work of the Bentham Project at the University of Leeds we have begun to more accurately apprehend his views, including his never-published third volume of Bentham’s Not Paul, but Jesus.
- Jon Cogburn on a cursory defense of LEMM as "core analytic" philosophy.
- Do women have different philosophical intuitions than men?
- George Dvorsky on important unresolved ethical questions that are on the verge of becoming highly relevant.
- Fichte, Nietzsche, Kant, Hegel, Schopenhauer, Darwin, and Heidegger: George J. Marlin reviews Hitler’s Philosophers by Yvonne Sherratt.
- Be employable, study philosophy: Shannon Rupp on how the discipline teaches you how to think clearly, a gift that can be applied to just about any line of work.
- What makes a popular philosophy book a good book?
- Beyond the “secularism tick”: Nina M. Flores interviews Sandra Harding.
- Philosophers: do you see yourself making the world "a better place", and does that matter?
- Against cynicism: Adam Kirsch on Peter Sloterdijk’s brilliant reasons for living.
- Ramin Jahanbegloo on reading Hegel in a Tehran prison: Jahanbegloo recollects imprisonment in Tehran’s notorious Evin Prison.
- 7 Habits of a Highly Effective Philosopher: Nathan Schneider on life lessons from the Christian apologist William Lane Craig.