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  1. All about applied epistemology — an extensive and organized bibliography, syllabi, and videos, from the Applied Epistemology Project at UNC
  2. From the acknowledgments in Feinberg’s “Harm to Self”: “On this particular volume I received no help from Josiah S. Carberry. For that too I am grateful.” — and that’s not the only place he’s mentioned. But who is he?
  3. She started working in the philosophy department at Western Washington University 30 years ago as an admin — Now retired, Dee Dee Lombard has created a scholarship fund for philosophy students
  4. “I am a gender eliminativist. I believe that gender is real, but I think it should not be… As a feminist, I think that anyone who is being gender transgressive is putting us on the right road” — Louise Antony (UMass) on sex, gender, trans persons, sports, prisons, and feminism
  5. A philosopher and a writer (and former bartender) walk into a bar and talk about intellectual humility — a conversation between Heather Battaly (Connecticut) and Rosie Schaap
  6. Pessimism about philosophy’s prospects, both in and out of the academy — there’s a “crumbling of our institutions” and a “crisis of trust”, writes Helen de Cruz (SLU)
  7. Philosophy of mind and transgender identity — an interview with Sophie Grace Chappell (Open University)

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