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Leiter Reports: A Philosophy Blog

News and views about philosophy, the academic profession, academic freedom, intellectual culture, and other topics.The world's most popular philosophy blog, since 2003.

  • By Brian Leiter
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly two posts per day
  • First post on

Posts per month

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Posts per month
Month starting Posts
Nov 2022 56
Dec 2022 77
Jan 2023 84
Feb 2023 71
Mar 2023 81
Apr 2023 87
May 2023 78
Jun 2023 46
Jul 2023 25
Aug 2023 35
Sep 2023 27
Oct 2023 0
Nov 2023 0
Dec 2023 0
Jan 2024 0
Feb 2024 4
Mar 2024 60
Apr 2024 80
May 2024 51

Any gaps could be due to errors when fetching the blog’s feed.

Most recent posts

Quantum physics, free will, and determinism...
...at Scientific American, with contributions by philosophers Eddy Keming Chen (UCSD), Emily Adlam (Chapman), Alastair Wilson (Leeds), and David Wallace (Pittsburgh). More discussion welcome.
On , by Brian Leiter, 30 words
"Transgender politics and academic witchhunts"
A video of the recent event at Cornell with philosophers Kathleen Stock and Rebecca Tuvel (earlier [link fixed]).
On , by Brian Leiter, 23 words
Analogical reasoning by AI systems compared to humans (albeit humans paid on the Internet)
This is interesting, although the "human" comparison class is not the strongest one. The humans still outperform AI, but AI is not that far behind. Curious to hear how informed readers (not random passersby!) interpret …
On , by Brian Leiter, 51 words