Daily Nous Year In Review

Daily Nous Year In Review

2015 is drawing to a close. I hope you had a good year.

The year saw Daily Nous’s first birthday (in March) and a number of new features, including:

I have a few other ideas in the works for the coming year. Stay tuned.

What were the most popular posts published in 2015 at Daily Nous? With the chance that spots 2 and 3 might switch places in the next couple of days, at the moment, this is the ranking:

  1. Philosophers On the Supreme Court’s Gay Marriage Ruling
  2. Philosophers On Rachel Dolezal
  3. Philosophers On Star Wars: The Force Awakens
  4. Northwestern and Title IX: What’s Going On
  5. “Raw Intellectual Talent” and Academia’s Gender and Race Gaps
  6. Salaries of Philosophy Majors Over Time
  7. Philosophers on the Syrian Refugees
  8. A Database of Philosophical Ideas
  9. Peter Railton’s Dewey Lecture
  10. Ruin a Date with a Philosopher in Five Words

Here are some other noteworthy posts and discussions you shouldn’t miss:

Some other topics occupying philosophers this year:

What do you think were the important topics and stories this year? What issues should the philosophy profession take up in the coming year?

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Louie Generis
Louie Generis
8 years ago

Thanks for the opportunity, Justin! It turns out that you’re actually a halfway decent boss. And handsome. And yes, at this point I’m just trolling the folks who still think I’m you.

recent grad
recent grad
8 years ago

There are no beefs in this list. Don’t you know what’s important?

8 years ago

Many thanks for a year of good reading and discussion.