- Philosophy job market mentoring program — at the Philosopher’s Cocoon
- The spacey tunnels and Escher-esque stairs at China’s Zhongshuge bookstores — for our “ever-growing post-quarantine travel wish lists” (don’t miss the linked images)
- Three ways of diversifying a philosophy syllabus — Muhammad Ali Khalidi (CUNY) goes over the menu of options
- How Gödel’s proof works — a “simplified, informal rundown” of Gödel’s argument for his incompleteness theorems
- “Cancel culture is one of the ways in which otherwise dispersed and often disorganized individuals can make the more powerful take notice of their views” — Cancel culture “just is the market-place of ideas,” says Eric Schliesser (Amsterdam)
- Articles on science and philosophy — curated by Walter Veit (Sydney)
- “Scientists typically select well-understood questions and employ well-tried techniques to answer them. Philosophers don’t do that – they get to explore beyond the bounds scientists would venture” — an interview with Zoltán Gendler Szabó (Yale)
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