"Philosophy" Blogs & Blog Posts

Digital DoorwayDigital Doorway

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

 
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

 
Twenty NothingTwenty Nothing

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

 
Forms Most BeautifulForms Most Beautiful

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

 
Notes from a roomNotes from a room

Literary writing and quotes.

 
Blunt & DisorderlyBlunt & Disorderly

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

 


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This was an interesting week. Got kinda bad news from a few old friends. The good thing about growing old is you’re still alive. The bad thing is that the older one gets, the fewer of your friends and loved ones will be alive. Pretty safe to say th...

“As flies to wanton boys, we are for the gods. They kill us for sport,” was how soccer legend Eric Cantona, quoting Shakespeare, began his wholly and fittingly insane acceptance speech after being handed the UEFA President’s Award today. And it...

When you find yourself with two seemingly incompatible goals, needs, or desires, ask yourself what it would take to achieve both outcomes simultaneously.Read more...

Philosophy sure has changed. The post We’ve Come a Long Way: Top Philosophers Theorize That the Controversial Position That Sex is Binary Doesn’t Merit Punishment appeared first on RedState.

Happy Sunday! I hope this offering pleases you. The Pale Blue Dot As each of us goes about our life engrossed in the everyday cacophony that represents being alive in modern society,we worry over meeting the bills, what the city council might decide...

So for various reasons, I have been thinking about ethical questions lately. Part of the reason is my work, and another part of the reason is a book I am reading (of which a review will be written soon). In any case, I find myself thinking about ethi...

I recently read, in quick succession, “Whiteness as Property” published in 1993 by Cheryl L. Harris and Kimberle Crenshaw’s 1991 essay “Mapping the Margins: Intersectionality, Identity Politics, and Violence against Women of Color” and her...