Links of interest to those interested in philosophy…
- “Let’s sort out what is going on here” — this new interview with Timothy Williamson (Oxford), conducted by Hasen Khudairi, skips the small talk and gets right to exploring his views on a variety of philosophical topics
- “The self is a highly organised network” — What does this mean, and why should we believe it? Kathleen Wallace (Hofstra) explains.
- “There is much interaction in Japan between people working in different areas and traditions of philosophy, and across the so-called analytic/continental divide” — Katsunori Miyahara and Kengo Miyazono (Hokkaido) on being a philosopher in Japan
- “How can we allow trans athletes to compete without giving them an unfair advantage over their competitors?” — a proposal from Chris Surprenant (New Orleans)
- “The moral guilt we feel upon being vaccinated is one we have good reason to sit with, rather than ease” — Elizabeth Lanphier (Cincinnati) explains why
- “When considering going rogue, jurors should aim to strike a balance between following their own sense of justice and respecting the accumulated cultural knowledge represented by the law” — Doug McConnell (Oxford) provides guidance for those considering jury nullification
- “A creep is close to normal on the outside, but not quite normal… beneath the surface lurks an active malevolence — maybe sexual, maybe not” — the guy who wrote the book on being a jerk gives creepiness a try
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