With the Fall semester fully in swing there are great articles and discussions abound. Here are some for your consideration:
Brian Leiter’s Nietzsche blog is picking up steam.
In Changing the Ideology and Culture of Philosophy: Not by Reason (Alone). Sally Haslanger addresses the issue of women in academic philosophy. Here is Brian Leiter’s brief comment on the essay.
A Philosophy quiz at the BBC, as well as a vote on the best Philosopher of all time can be found on their Philosophy Resource page. (Thanks to Philosophy at Utah state for the link, no I didn’t get a perfect score).
A great piece at Scientific American on Blindsight was brought to my attention by Movement of Existence. It has some potential implications for Phenomenology that are interesting, here is the original post from Movement.
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