- A new issue of Philosophy in Review is out.
- Narve Strand (NTNU): From Sufficient Reason to Ordinary Language Use: The Path of Philosophy after Kant.
- Stephen Wigmore (Warwick): Enriching Contemporary Intuitionism from the Continental Tradition.
- Alex Worsnip (Yale): Disagreement about Disagreement? What Disagreement about Disagreement?
- From Liber Amicorum Pascal Engel (ed. Julien Dutant, Davide Fassio and Anne Meylan), Erik J. Olson (Lund): Engel vs. Rorty on Truth; Nenad Miscevic (CEU): Philosophy as Literature: The Non-argumentative Tradition in Continental Philosophy; Carola Barbero (Turin): Can We Solve the Paradox of Fiction by Laughing at It?; Maurizio Ferraris (Turin): “Happiness Is Overrated: It’s Better to Be Right”: On Truth as Emergence; and Timothy O’Hagan (East Anglia): Philosophy in a Dark Time: Martin Heidegger and the Third Reich.
- The introduction to The Historical Turn in Analytic Philosophy, ed. Erich H. Reck.
- The introduction to The Oxford Handbook of The History of Analytic Philosophy, ed. Michael Beaney.
- Chauncey Maher reviews Richard Rorty: From Pragmatist Philosophy to Cultural Politics.
- From 3:AM, interviews with Stephen Darwall, Peter Ludlow, Susanna Schellenberg, Susanna Siegel, and Timothy Williamson.
- Roger Scruton reviews Bernard Williams: Essays and Reviews 1959-2002.
- The study of whiteness as a critique of philosophical thought: Christoph Novak on the white bias in Sartre’s early philosophy.
- Cafe Philosophique: Beatrice Popescu interviews with Lou Marinoff on being a “philosophical practitioner”.
- George Dvorsky on 9 philosophical thought experiments that will keep you up at night.
Sunday, February 23, 2014
Omnivore - The Path of Philosophy
From Bookforum's Omnivore blog, here is another fine collection of links inspired and related to philosophy.