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Blogs about Philosophy

15 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. 🇺🇸 More info

    The Hidden Privilege of “The Great British Bake Off”
    A show about home baking should actually be about home baking. Continue reading → The post The Hidden Privilege of “The Great British Bake Off” appeared first on Aesthetics for Birds.
    By Aesthetics for Birds, 40 words
  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. 🇬🇧 🇳🇱 More info

    What Is Solarpunk?
    Green capitalism is the hottest new thing. A sunny valley with advanced technology, a robot farmer picking strawberries with grandpa and grandma, a floating vehicle in a lush and verdant natural landscape… This is the …
    By Alessandro Sbordoni, 1,381 words
  3. Cold Takes
    For audio version, search for "Cold Takes Audio" in your podcast app. By Holden Karnofsky. 🇺🇸 More info

    Good job opportunities for helping with the most important century
    Yes, this is my first post in almost a year. I’m no longer prioritizing this blog, but I will still occasionally post something. I wrote ~2 years ago that it was hard to point to …
    By Holden Karnofsky, 1,300 words
  4. Daily Philosophy
    Philosophy for life. Every day. By Dr Andreas Matthias, et al. 🇺🇸 More info

    Reasons and Causes
    “The two main requirements for philosophising are: firstly, to have the courage not to keep any questions back; and secondly, to attain a clear consciousness of anything that goes without saying so as to comprehend …
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  5. Edward Feser
    "One of the best contemporary writers on philosophy" National Review. 🇺🇸 More info

    What counts as magisterial teaching?
    Popes speak infallibly when they either proclaim some doctrine ex cathedra, or reiterate some doctrine that has already been taught infallibly by virtue of being a consistent teaching of the ordinary magisterium of the Church …
    By Edward Feser, 1,781 words
  6. Error Statistics Philosophy
    By Deborah G. Mayo. 🇺🇸 More info

    Happy Birthday R.A. Fisher: “Statistical methods and Scientific Induction” with replies by Neyman and E.S. Pearson
    17 Feb 1890-29 July 1962 Today is R.A. Fisher’s birthday! I am reblogging what I call the “Triad”–an exchange between Fisher, Neyman and Pearson (N-P) published 20 years after the Fisher-Neyman break-up. While my favorite …
    By Mayo, 779 words
  7. Fantastic Anachronism
    Out of time man. By Alvaro De Menard. More info

    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
  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. 🇺🇸 More info

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    AI means professors need to raise their grading standards
    English professor Michael Clune comments.
    By Brian Leiter, 14 words
  9. The Marginalian
    Marginalia on our search for meaning. By Maria Popova. 🇺🇸 More info

    The Middle Passage: A Jungian Field Guide to Finding Meaning and Transformation in Midlife
    “Our task at midlife is to be strong enough to relinquish the ego-urgencies of the first half and open ourselves to a greater wonder.” “In the middle of the journey of our life I found …
    By Maria Popova, 2,298 words
  10. MindOS | Home
    A 10 year project to create an Operating System for your mind. By Binny V A. More info

    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 …
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  11. M-Phi
    A blog dedicated to mathematical philosophy. By Richard Pettigrew. 🇬🇧 More info

    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
  12. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews | University of Notre Dame
    Entirely devoted to publishing substantive, high-quality scholarly philosophy books reviews. 🇺🇸 More info

    Splitsville USA: A Democratic Argument for Breaking Up the United States
    The idea of breaking up the United States is today mostly confined to the lunatic fringe—to the likes of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), for example (McCann Ramirez 2023). Christopher Zurn seeks to change that. …
    By Stone-Zurn 11.1, 2,071 words
  13. of Resonance
    A sub-continuation of This Space. This space of resonance. More info

    [For Blanchot] the essence of technology, which enables the repetition or the reproduction of the…
    [For Blanchot] the essence of technology, which enables the repetition or the reproduction of the artwork … is located in the abyss from which the call of the Sirens and the whale [Moby-Dick] emanates. To …
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  14. a philosopHER walks
    Walking the world, without and within. By Kathrine Cuccuru. 🇺🇸 More info

    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
  15. The Splintered Mind
    reflections in philosophy of psychology, broadly construed. By Eric Schwitzgebel. More info

    The Leapfrog Hypothesis for AI Consciousness
    The first genuinely conscious robot or AI system would, you might think, have relatively simple consciousness -- insect-like consciousness, or jellyfish-like, or frog-like -- rather than the rich complexity of human-level consciousness. It might have …
    By Eric Schwitzgebel, 945 words