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Philosophy “Still in the Doldrums”

Is “philosophy still in the doldrums”? Arguably so. Based on a blog post and a comment from seven years past. The more things change, the more they stay the same. Continue reading

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A New American Philosophical Association Organization?

This past week, philosophy’s top blogger Brian Leiter posted a poll on a quite interesting topic:¬†Would you leave the [American Philosophical Association] and join a new dues-charging professional philosophy association that does much of what the APA does, but without … Continue reading

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Does a Technology-Driven Civilization Need Liberal Arts Learning?

To say higher education in the U.S. is in poor shape may be the understatement of the century. Whether it is due to outrageous and still-rising tuition payments now made by undergraduates and students in professional programs who will graduate … Continue reading

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