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Emily Rose Ogland has just completed an MA in Continental Philosophy at the University of Warwick (UK), having graduated from Bryn Mawr ..read more

Philosophers often think about normativity just when doing normative philosophy. When we decide it’s time to submit instead of revise, we ..read more

Every few years, a book is published for a lay audience that reports major findings in cognitive psychology related to learning or what is ..read more

Philosophy is having a strange cultural moment. On the one hand, it is routinely presented as the quintessential example of an utterly ..read more

In organizing and movement-building circles, we often talk honorifically about our “fearless” leaders: people who are unflinching, who ..read more

Elvira Basevich is assistant professor of philosophy at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell. She received her Ph.D. in Philosophy at ..read more

by Cristina Cammarano We live in urgent times, and thoughtlessness seems to prevail. “We need to do philosophy in the world,” C. Thi ..read more

I started using online dating sites in 2005, after I met a woman on a plane who told me she met her boyfriend on a site called The Nerve. ..read more

by Allison Mitchell Origins I am fortunate to teach in a district which supports choice in all aspects of its English/Language Arts ..read more

This edition of the Recently Published Book Spotlight is about Robert Talisse’s book Overdoing Democracy. Robert Talisse is W. Alton ..read more

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