"Philosophy" Blogs & Blog Posts

The Philosopher's EyeThe Philosopher's Eye

The Philosopher’s Eye is the companion forum to Wiley-Blackwell’s on-li...

 
ParacademiaParacademia

Academic news from a researcher in psychology of religion

 
Higher TruthHigher Truth

Looking into the nature of truth; both relative & absolute and the psyc...

 
Clarissa's BlogClarissa's Blog

An academic's opinions on feminism, politics, literature, philosophy, ...

 
Forms Most BeautifulForms Most Beautiful

Generally speaking, I think that we there is a lot of nonsense in the world...

 
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...

 
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...

 


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Ed writes, "Here's an ambitious short film I made for the Royal Institution with evolutionary psychologist Nicholas Humphrey -- it explores the problems in understanding human consciousness particularly in explaining how its seemingly magical qualiti...

Our culture and philosophy is sceptical of grand theories and big ideas, which we think best left to Parisian taxi drivers. But aren’t grand theories unavoidable? Would it not be … Continue reading →...

If a bear writes a thoughtful essay in the woods and nobody is around to read it, did the bear waste its money going to grad school? Just go with us on this one. See also: 25 Dogs That Are Totally Stoned Out of Their Minds Right Now Whether they are...

Humanities and social science academics write a remarkable amount of nonsense about "neoliberalism", typically understanding neither the reasons for the general shift in public policy nor the motivations and ideas behind it.A nice example of such non...

Image Credit: Political-Humor.org I count him braver who overcomes his desires than him who conquers his enemies; for the hardest victory is over self. Aristotle The great mind, in a free land, is free from the law. Not in the spoiled-brat Nietzschea...

Filed under: Family Money, Personal Finance, Planning, Financial Education Shutterstock Why do some people make such bad financial decisions? We don't save enough. (A recent BankRate study shows that 36 percent of Americans aren't saving for retire...

  Pierre Bourdieu’s Photographs of Wartime Algeria Open Culture by Colin Marshall If you know the work of Pierre Bourdieu, you probably know it as sociology, or perhaps philosophy. Whatever you call the discipline he worked in, the man rema...