Hyperlinks of curiosity to individuals fascinated about philosophy…
- How values form inquiry in cognitive science — a roundtable dialogue with Sam Liao (Puget Sound), Uwe Peters (Bonn/Cambridge), Morgan Thompson (Bielefeld), & Daniel Burston (Tulane)
- “What was initially the epistemic vice of overconfidence turns into the epistemic advantage of being a educated, well-trained philosophy scholar” — Eric Schwitzgebel (Riverside) on the “overconfident scholar technique,” who employs it, and why it’s in all probability extra frequent in philosophy than different disciplines
- Ukraine, Russia, and philosophy — thinker Michelle Panchuk (Murray State), who has lived in Ukraine and has household there, is interviewed by J. Aaron Simmons (Furman) on the battle and its classes
- If we’re going to be trustworthy with ourselves, morally delicate, and considerate about our emotions, the most effective consequence could also be “a steady, if uncomfortable, emotional equipoise” — Erich Hatala Matthes (Wellesley) on the advanced feelings of participating with the work of immoral artists
- Thinker’s Nest is a brand new podcast “devoted to showcasing the work, insights, and experiences of graduate college students in philosophy” — that includes temporary interviews performed by Kyle van Oosterum & Lewis Williams (Oxford), the podcast is obtainable on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and elsewhere
- “There’s one thing undeniably erotic about elevators… order, mind, and civilization over chaos, animality, and demise” — Helena de Bres (Wellesley) on elevators, love, and transcendence
- “If McArevey and his workers can train a brand new technology of boys to assume for themselves, query outdated loyalties and discover different methods to handle their anger maybe they’re constructing the hope for a brand new Northern Eire” — a overview of “Younger Plato,” a documentary a few headteacher in Belfast who brings philosophy into the educating at his elementary faculty
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