Finally, we get to questions of the fundamental nature of Soup.
Welcome to what we expect will be a very interesting and productive discussion of Shmuel Nili‘s “The Idea of Public Property.” The paper is published in the most recent issue of Ethics, and is available here. Barbara H. Fried has kindly agreed to contribute a critical précis, and it appears immediately […]
We are excited to announce the next Journal of Moral Philosophy discussion here at PEA Soup. It will take place on Friday February 15th and Saturday the 16th. This discussion will be on Spencer Case‘s “From Epistemic to Moral Realism” (generously made free access by Brill Online and the Journal of Moral Philosophy), […]
Very happy to introduce our next Featured Philosopher: Jonathan Quong. His fear of PEA Soup Overlords warms the heart. Here now Jonathan: I’m working on a book, The Morality of Defensive Force, and in this post I’ll provide a brief description of one of the ideas from the book. Most […]
Welcome to our Ethics review forum on Rachana Kamtekar’s Plato’s Moral Psychology (OUP 2018), reviewed by Nicholas Smith. Excerpts from the blurb and the review are below, but you can read both in their entirety via OUP’s website and Ethics, respectively. (You are welcome to participate in the forum even if you haven’t read either. Though as […]
We are very pleased to announce the all-new PEA Soup Prizes, generously funded by The Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics at DePauw University, totaling over $5,000!! There will be yearly and quarterly prizes awarded. The Yearly Prizes will be announced at the end of January (for the previous year’s posts), and […]
I’ve always thought that Philosopher’s Annual thing that puts out a top 10 articles of the year list tries to come up with such a list too quickly. It takes most of us some years to get around to reading stuff and even longer to have a sense of whether […]