"Philosophy" Blogs & Blog Posts

Life with Coffee SpoonsLife with Coffee Spoons

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

 
Strange DaysStrange Days

Politics, Middle East, Cultural Theory, and Philosophical Ramblings

 
Forms Most BeautifulForms Most Beautiful

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

 
Healing PhilosophyHealing Philosophy

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

 
The Philosopher's EyeThe Philosopher's Eye

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

 
Twenty NothingTwenty Nothing

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

 
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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On September 7, The Guardian published a wide-ranging interview with Judith Butler, philosopher and author of the groundbreaking book Gender Trouble, which explored the concept of gender as performance. The interview was conducted by queer historian...

Each year, The Philosopher’s Annual faces the daunting task of selecting the 10 best articles in philosophy published that year. For 2020, they’ve chosen four articles from journals published by Wiley: Zach Barnett’s article “Why You Should V...

Covid rages on. I was feeling maybe it was odd to post yet again about Covid, then I realized that’s BS thinking. The Covid pandemic the worst mass death event of my life, the third or fourth worst mass death event in US history, killing more than...

Some empiricists argue that science is a separate discipline from philosophy, and those thinkers may want to rethink their stance. The debate isn’t philosophy or science, the debate is actually how much philosophical rigour should be applied wi...

There is a mysterious quote, the origins of which are largely unknown, but that’s often attributed to the late literary icon Kurt Vonnegut. So the largely unverified legend goes: When Vonnegut was a teenager, he realized something important. He was...