Hoping folks share information here about their experience teaching online. What has worked well and what problems have you faced? Which platforms do we like best? » …Read more
There are a lot of reasons to try to make virtual conferences work. They are much less expensive to attend and thus much more inclusive. » …Read more
We seek nominations for the most excellent titles ever given to philosophy papers.
I nominate “From Supervenience to Superdupervenience” by Horgan. » …Read more
Politicizing moral responsibility
University of Missouri-St. Louis
Questions about moral responsibility are generally thought to belong to the domain of metaphysics or moral psychology. » …Read more
Should egalitarians care about fair equality of opportunity in unjust societies?
Almost everybody believes in equal opportunities (EO), that is, in a meritocratic allocation of jobs; » …Read more
The deadline to apply to the Athena in Action event at Cornell, June 16-19, 2020 has been extended until January 27th.
“Athena in Action: A Networking and Mentoring Workshop for Graduate Student Women in Philosophy brings together a group of graduate students with a group of women faculty mentors for three days of substantive philosophical discussion and professional advice sessions.” » …Read more
Catastrophes in the complex, coupled, criminal justice systems
Catastrophes, like the nuclear meltdowns at Chernobyl or Three Mile Island, » …Read more