Philosopher’s Carnival was a website that aimed to
- to showcase the best philosophical writing in the blogosphere in one convenient location, for the benefit of philosophically-inclined readers
- to provide lesser-known philosophy bloggers with the opportunity to gain some exposure and attract a wider audience
- to foster and promote the free online dissemination of serious philosophy.
It was started in 2004 by Richard Yetter Chappell (York), and then transferred into the care of Tristan Haze (Sydney) in 2012. Now, after a bit of a hiatus, it’s returning as “Philosophical Blog Posts.” Every two months, a new edition will appear. The first one (or 181st, if counting the old ones) is here. You can follow them on Facebook to stay updated about new editions.