Following close on the heels of the last edition, here’s another Mini-Heap post—10 recent items from the Daily Nous Heap of Links, our regularly updated list of material from around the web that philosophers may want to check out.

(The Heap of Links consists partly of suggestions from readers; if you find something online that you think would be of interest to the philosophical community, please send it in for consideration for the Heap.)

  1. “Monuments make the public forget as much as they facilitate remembering” — Alessandra Tanesini (Cardiff) on how the psychology of memory is relevant to the ethics of monuments
  2. “The product is 100% fatal,” yet is aimed at providing its users with an indefinitely long life… later — the latest mind-uploading venture (via Ben Hale)
  3. Buzzfeed tells its vast readership: here are 37 philosophers you really should know about — and they’re all women
  4. No one has an obligation to have sex with you, but… there are important moral & political questions to be asked about sexual desire, argues Amia Srinivasan (Oxford)
  5. When there’s a better option, no matter what you choose — Larry Temkin (Rutgers) shows us just how common failures of “the Axiom of Transitivity for Better Than” may be
  6. What is a moment? — the physics, neuroscience, linguistics, and philosophy of time
  7. New feminist philosophy curriculum at Oxford — with two recent hires in the area and two more to come
  8. Philosophy, its history, and its relationship to religion — a discussion with Peter Adamson (LMU) and Carlos Fraenkel (McGill)
  9. Animated film portrays the philosophy of Zhuangzi — it’s called “The Country of Summer Insects”
  10. A philosopher’s case against feminism — a draft for an upcoming “left and right” philosophy reader
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