A new Mini-Heap…
- — says Michael Huemer (Colorado), who has “no intention of ceasing philosophical research”
- — a reply from Richard Yetter Chappell (Miami)
- — Marilynn Johnson (San Diego) on the meaning of clothes and other adornments
- — Jeff Sebo (NYU) on research on chimpanzees and other nonhuman subjects
- — Majid Davoody Beni (Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran) is blogging at Brains this week
- — The Pentagon is looking for an ethicist to help with the moral issues that arise in using AI in military contexts
- — an interview with John Roemer (Yale)
Halloween Bonus (in case you missed it): The Philosophy Basement
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