New links in the Heap…
- — which is one reason it is so hard, says Eric Schwitzgebel (UC Riverside)
- — Paul Griffiths (Sydney) on how biological sex is–and isn’t–important
- — that’s what Arash Abizadeh (McGill) tells his grad students, and to inspire them he created a “CV of Rejections”
- — Ann-Sophie Barwich (Indiana) on sensory expertise, consciousness, the philosophy of perception, and wine
- — Ian Olasov (CUNY) and Denise Vigani (Seton Hall) on the show All of It.
- — “It may seem counter-intuitive that a job higher up the organizational chart should come with a reduction in freedom, but it makes sense,” says Shannon Dea (Regina)
- — Eric Schliesser (Amsterdam) shows how we can “confront the complicity of our heroes in justifying really important evils”
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