The Philosopher's Eye

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The Philosopher’s Eye is the companion forum to Wiley-Blackwell’s on-line survey journal, Philosophy Compass. The aim of the site is to provide regular thought-provoking coverage of real-world events with a critical, philosophical eye.



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The first ever Wiley Humanities Festival has begun! Visit www.wileyhumanitiesfest.com to see the lineup and experience the festival.

In a fascinating article published in Significance, author Robert Bain delves into the arguments for and against viewing human judgements and decisions in terms of Bayesian inference. We are grateful … Continue reading →...

Recently, Wiley was honored to sponsor a bursary for Dr. Mary Kasule, Assistant Director of Research Ethics at the University of Botswana, to attend the 13th World Congress of Bioethics. We caught up with her after the conference to see how it went.

With the final day of June, LGBTQ Pride Month comes to a close for 2016. The Wiley Blackwell Team hopes to serve the LGBTQ Community by continuing the much needed discussion. As a reminder, all of the curated research collections for Pride Month will...

Rounding out LGBTQ Pride Month, our final week is dedicated to LGBTQ Awareness & Education. We've unlocked a curated selection of research articles, which covers a wide array of topics such as intersectionality, gender identity, institutional inc...

In an original podcast, Wiley's Senior Marketing Manager Kathleen Mulcahy interviews Orvis School of Nursing's Dr. Christine Aramburu Alegría on her clinical practice article titled, "Gender nonconforming and transgender children/youth: Family, comm...

This collection promotes awareness and exploration of gender identity and expression. Tackling complex issues that transgender and gender nonconforming people face, the collection covers topics such as cultural inclusion and representation, healthcar...