Latest links…

  1. How much time does it take you, typically, to referee a paper (not how long it takes between agreeing to referee and submitting the report; just the actual time spent refereeing)? — share your responses at the Cocoon
  2. “A path to get college credit that begins on a YouTube video” — does this new collaboration with Arizona State University represent the future of universities, or portend their demise?
  3. “His most significant contribution is his argument that everything is ultimately made of water. It has made a big splash” — a tenure letter for Thales, by Brad Skow (MIT)
  4. The Gradient covers a wide range of issues regarding artificial intelligence — recent articles have concerned AI epistemology, the punishment of robots, and the connection between understanding and making the “right mistakes”
  5. “The synthetic creative factor of our knowledge extends… into the very first sense-impressions and even into the elements of logic” — Friedrich Lange is “interviewed” about his neo-Kantianism, the significance of materialism, and other philosophers, at 3:16AM
  6. “Far from being a fusty academic discipline with no relevance to the ‘real’ world, philosophy was, for him, an existential matter of immediate importance” — the case for a biography of Bryan Magee
  7. Voters “should expect that an effective candidate will be imperfectly honest at best” — but liars like George Santos, who are “unlikely to be believed” are “incapable of achieving those goods that justify their deception” says Michael Blake (Washington)

Discussion welcome.

Mini-Heap posts usually appear when 7 or so new items accumulate in the Heap of Links, a collection of items from around the web that may be of interest to philosophers.

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. Thanks!

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