Philosophy

The unexamined life is not worth living.” 

  • by Jeremy Bendik-Keymer
    We have to make room for societies that are not colonial. American has not come to terms with this task. It is more than theoretical. The post American Ecstatics: […]
  • by Sabrina D. MisirHiralall
    César Cabezas is the ACLS Postdoctoral Fellow in the Philosophy of Race at Temple University. Prior to Temple, he completed his PhD in philosophy at Columbia University with a dissertation […]
  • by Matthew Meyer
    Club Advisor: Matthew Meyer The Philosophy Club of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire began, in its current iteration,  in of 2015. The club has always met in the […]
  • by Alexander Motchoulski
    One reason that immigrants relocate to new countries is because they want their children, grandchildren, and so on, to lead better lives than they would otherwise. This somewhat banal observation […]
  • by Jake Camp & H. L. Schmidt
    Jake Camp is a writer and community college philosophy professor who lives in Colorado with his sons.  He talked with Heidi Schmidt about his new work of fiction that highlights […]
  • by Sabrina D. MisirHiralall
    Isabel Canfield is a Ph.D. student at the University of Notre Dame. Her central interests are in ethics, moral philosophy, and action theory. Isabel is also involved in medical ethics […]
  • by Robin Hill
    What is the subject matter of the philosophy of computer ? that the philosophical questions lurk everywhere, even beyond those areas conspicuously covered in the current discourse–artificial intelligence, […]
  • by Cressida Heyes
    The genre of parenting advice books that focus on children’s sleep might seem like a strange archive for a feminist philosopher. Like many of us, I only started reading them […]
  • by Dilek Huseyinzadegan & Jordan Pascoe
    Kant’s philosophical system is one of those master discourses in the discipline of philosophy (and beyond) – a whole architecture – that everyone, including feminist philosophers, feels the need to […]
  • by Jean Kazez
    For a class on the good life I’m teaching this semester, I’m asking students to experiment with the concepts we’re exploring. In some cases, this will involve trying on the […]
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