"Philosophy" Blogs & Blog Posts

Strange DaysStrange Days

Politics, Middle East, Cultural Theory, and Philosophical Ramblings

 
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...

 
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...

 
Blunt & DisorderlyBlunt & Disorderly

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

 
Thinking Out AloudThinking Out Aloud

A blog of book reviews, occasional film reviews and posts on matters of int...

 
Digital DoorwayDigital Doorway

Views and commentary on life, healthcare, nursing, philosophy and spiritual...

 


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Philip Goff, associate professor in philosophy at Central European University in Budapest, argues that the idea of panpsychism ("mind is everywhere") shouldn't be dismissed just because it sounds crazy. (more…)...

No expression of far-right idiocy is complete without a macho misreading of Nietzsche. So frequently miscast as the godfather of everything from the Master Race to Mens' Rights, his name alone is something of a shibboleth. Which is sad, because he wo...

Actor James Franco and his Philosophy Time co-host, Eliot Michaelson, interviewed Princeton professor of Philosophy, Elizabeth Harman, about the morality of abortion. Her answers, which include a pretzel-logic, nonsense idea that if a mother intends...

Ron Unz has produced two pieces of statistical analysis on ethnicity and crime in the US providing evidence that there is no distinctive tendency among Hispanics to have a higher crime rate, once other factors are controlled for, while there is clear...

For all the influence of the Objectivist principles set forth in “The Fountainhead” and other works, some prominent followers have run into trouble.

I have come to the realization lately that somehow, my travel priorities have changed. I was gazing at our rather massive collection of guidebooks at home, and at some point, I realized that there's a wealth of information in these books that hav...

Here's a one-sentence synopsis for this interesting 5-minute cartoon guide to Stoicism: We can't control much of what happens around us or to us, but we can control how we respond and think about it.