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Blogs about Philosophy

13 blogs about Philosophy.

  1. Aesthetics for Birds
    “An aesthetics and philosophy of art blog for a general audience: theories, terms, art and cultural criticism, interviews, roundtables, news.” By Alex King, et al. 🇺🇸

    Sean T. Murphy on JD Salinger
    A philosopher tackles difficult themes in the JD Salinger short story "A Perfect Day for Bananafish" Continue reading → The post Sean T. Murphy on JD Salinger appeared first on Aesthetics for Birds.
    By Aesthetics for Birds, 39 words

    Feed Roughly 11 posts per year.

  2. Blue Labyrinths
    “An online magazine focusing on literature, philosophy, and a collection of interesting ideas.” By Matt Bluemink, Jens Branum, Alba Noguera, et al. 🇬🇧 🇳🇱

    Arabic Hauntology: The Sound of Habibi Funk Records
    The twenty-third album by Habibi Funk Records was released on the 14th of July 2023. But it may as well have been the 14th of July 1973, another summer day in warm Beirut. The album …
    By Alessandro Sbordoni, 1,477 words

    Feed Roughly one post per month. Started in .

  3. Cold Takes
    “For audio version, search for "Cold Takes Audio" in your podcast app.” By Holden Karnofsky. 🇺🇸

    What does Bing Chat tell us about AI risk?
    Image from here via this tweet ICYMI, Microsoft has released a beta version of an AI chatbot called “the new Bing” with both impressive capabilities and some scary behavior. (I don’t have access. I’m going …
    By Holden Karnofsky, 605 words

    Feed Roughly 11 posts per year. Started in .

  4. Daily Philosophy
    “Philosophy for life. Every day.” By Dr Andreas Matthias, et al. 🇺🇸

    The Surprising Ethics of Climate Change
    These days it seems like everyone knows that we should do something about climate change, but there also seems to be a lot of inertia to take action. Until relatively recently, a common view was …
    464 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per month.

  5. Edward Feser
    “"One of the best contemporary writers on philosophy" National Review.” 🇺🇸

    Aquinas on the will’s fixity after death
    My essay “Aquinas on the Fixity of the Will After Death” appears in New Blackfriars. (It’s behind a paywall, I’m afraid.) Here’s the abstract: Aquinas holds that after death, the human soul can no longer …
    By Edward Feser, 169 words

    Feed Roughly one post per week. Started in .

  6. Error Statistics Philosophy
    By Deborah G. Mayo. 🇺🇸

    Philosophy of Scientific Experiment: 40+ years on
    . Some time, around the 1980s, philosophers of science turned their attention to scientific experiments in a way that contrasted with the reigning approaches to philosophy of science. My colleague, Wendy Parker, and I decided …
    By Mayo, 1,117 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per month. Started in .

  7. Fantastic Anachronism
    “Out of time man.” By Alvaro De Menard.

    On the Pleb Filter
    Perhaps if we lived on a crest, things would be different. We could at least see.A pleb filter is a piece of art which, by virtue of its impenetrability, "filters out" people with bad taste. …
    2,169 words

    Feed Roughly seven posts per year. Started in .

  8. 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. 🇺🇸

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    AI means professors need to raise their grading standards
    English professor Michael Clune comments.
    By Brian Leiter, 14 words

    Feed Roughly seven posts per week. Started in .

  9. The Marginalian
    “Marginalia on our search for meaning.” By Maria Popova. 🇺🇸

    Ursula K. Le Guin on Change, Menopause as Rebirth, and the Civilizational Value of Elders
    “Into the space ship, Granny.” “God is Change,” Octavia Butler wrote, wresting the poetic truth from the scientific fact that entropy is the ruling law of the universe. We know that everything changes, that everything …
    By Maria Popova, 922 words

    Feed Roughly four posts per week. Started in .

  10. MindOS | Home
    “A 10 year project to create an Operating System for your mind.” By Binny V A.

    Knowledge Base Setup Checklist for PKM
    The first step of your Personal Knowledge Management(PKM) journey is to setup your knowledge base. This is the one place that will have all the information you have captured and organized over time. Many advantages …
    58 words

    Feed Roughly one post per year. Started in .

  11. M-Phi
    “A blog dedicated to mathematical philosophy.” By Richard Pettigrew. 🇬🇧

    On contractualism, reasonable compromise, and the source of priority for the worst-off
    Different policies introduced by a social planner, whether the government of a country or the head of an institution, lead to situations in which different peoples' lives go better or worse. That is, in the …
    By Richard Pettigrew, 3,271 words

    Feed Roughly 11 posts per year. Started in .

  12. a philosopHER walks
    “Walking the world, without and within.” By Kathrine Cuccuru. 🇺🇸

    Long Distance Launch Event! Stage Three ‘a philosopHER walks’
    Join me in person on Sunday 23 April, 3-4pm in The Round George’s function room, 14-15 Sutherland Avenue, Brighton, BN2 0EQ. You will have an opportunity to ASK ME ANYTHING! about the project. And together …
    By aphilosopherwalks, 75 words

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  13. The Splintered Mind
    “reflections in philosophy of psychology, broadly construed.” By Eric Schwitzgebel.

    Elisabeth of Bohemia 1, Descartes 0
    I'm loving reading the 1643 correspondence between Elisabeth of Bohemia and Descartes! I'm embarrassed to confess that I hadn't read it before now; the standard Cottingham et al. edition presents only selections from Descartes' side. …
    By Eric Schwitzgebel, 1,526 words

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