"Philosophy" Blogs & Blog Posts

Prison Proxy: A true tale of life and politics in prisonPrison Proxy: A true tale of life and politics in prison

This blog is a proxy for an anonymous inmate in the Texas Penitentiary. Wha...

 
Loose moorings; Liveaboard Life In Victoria HarbourLoose moorings; Liveaboard Life In Victoria Harbour

Loose moorings is a personal journey in alternative living on the water, in...

 
Blunt & DisorderlyBlunt & Disorderly

Reflections on religion, science politics and human rights from a liberal p...

 
Life with Coffee SpoonsLife with Coffee Spoons

My blog about my life; which should be clear from the sparodic quality of e...

 
Twenty NothingTwenty Nothing

Part diary, part rant, but mostly sycophantic pleasure - the blog is a runn...

 
Strange DaysStrange Days

Politics, Middle East, Cultural Theory, and Philosophical Ramblings

 
Healing PhilosophyHealing Philosophy

Empowering insight from Eastern and Western philosophy. Harness your inner ...

 


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Congratulations to Dr. Cheshire Calhoun, winner of this year's Journal of Applied Philosophy Essay Prize.

We spoke with Dr. Mary Kasule, Assistant Director of Research Ethics at the University of Botswana, on her bioethics career and upcoming trip to the World Congress of Bioethics in Edinburgh, Scotland.

For the second full week of LGBTQ Pride Month, we’ve selected articles from our broad journals portfolio¬†under the theme LGBTQ Family & Relationships. This collection explores the complexities of social, … Continue reading →...

This collection explores the past, present, and future of LGBTQ law, politics, and activism which seeks to ensure effective change in social policy and legal protection.

In the beginning was the AI.  And the AI created lots of little people who were also AIs, sort of. Or maybe they were brains in jars, or they were actual people who didn't know they were actually living in tanks of milky fluid so they could powe...

What are you?

By Boing Boing on May 31, 2016 in: Video, philosophy

p>Released today, a new explainer video by In a Nutshell that asks the question "What are you?" How much of your body can you remove (and replace with cyborg parts) before you stop being you? If you donate an organ, do you become part of the organ re...

Rogue archivist Carl Malamud writes, "From May 11, 1947 until January 29, 1948, Gandhi gave a speech after prayer meetings 129 times. It was a narrative of his life and of the times. All India Radio broadcast his talks to the nation, and everybody st...