Here is our latest ‘Fortnightly Review’. I know: it’s appearing roughly three weeks after the last one, making the title a bit Pythonesque. Let’s consider that a strength of the title.
Over the past two weeks (or so), readers have shown interest in the following substantive posts:
- The Role of Philosophy (Quincy Faircloth)
- Perceptual Model of Intellectual Intuition (Ivana Simic)
- Pavlovian Response to Pornography (Laura Guidry-Grimes)
- Life Sustaining Treatment, Terminal Sedation, and Euthanasia (Jen Giesselmann)
- The Nature of Mind (Quincy Faircloth)
- A Trouble for Possible Worlds (Jesse Butler)
- New Evidence for Leibnizian/Kripkean Possible Worlds (Jesse Butler)
- Dr. Gert and the Golden Rule (Louis Rose)
- When Ethnocentricity Tears the World Apart (Linda Harris)
- The Fallacy of Speciesism (Nicholas Comparato)
We encourage you to check them out and join the dialogue.
– Rico Vitz