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The Splintered Mind By Eric Schwitzgebel
This blog showcase the best philosophical posts from a wide range of webl..
I'm inclined to think that university ethics classes typically have little effect on students' real-world moral behavior. I base this ..read more
For Valentine's Day, some thoughts on love. In 2003, my Swiss friends Eric and Anne-Françoise Rose asked me to contribute something to ..read more
Recently, philosopher Michael Huemer seems intent on irritating philosophers of every stripe. (This isn't necessarily a bad thing.) On ..read more
Just out in the Chronicle of Higher Education, with hilarious art depicting the four main types I profile: the Big Shot, the Creepy Hugger ..read more
I have a new paper in draft, "Inflate and Explode", which argues against eliminativism and "illusionism" about consciousness. It's so ..read more
The one virtue that Confucius (Kongzi) claims for himself is that he loves learning (好學). For example, The Master said, "In any ..read more
Today my son David leaves for Oxford, where he'll spend Hilary and Trinity terms as an exchange student in psychology. He is in his third ..read more
I'm reading Peter Carruthers's newest book, Human and Animal Minds. I was struck by this passage: In general, [phenomenal ..read more
I have been working for several years to build bridges between science fiction and philosophy. Science fiction can, I think, be a way ..read more
Every New Year's Day, I post a retrospect of the past year's writings. Here are the retrospects of 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, ..read more

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