What a year! Our first full year on the new site and under the guidance and financial support of the Prindle Institute seemed to have brought many new readers to the scene, as well as many new features and lots of excellent philosophy. Over the next few days, we’ll revisit our top-viewed posts of the year. And teaser: We’ll end the week by opening up a new forum on Kit Wellman’s new book, Rights Forfeiture and Punishment, which will feature familiar discussants from around the world. All are, as always, welcome to join in on the discussion.
We’ll re-introduce the top posts in three groups of five throughout the coming week. Our first group involved featured philosophers, NDPR forums, and journal discussions.
- The Journal of Moral Philosophy discussion of Jeff Sebo’s “Agency and Moral Status”
- Ingmar Persson’s searching discussion of The Point of Moral Philosophy
- Derek Baker (Featured Philosopher) on Why Bad People Will Find it Hard to be Patriotic
- Tosi and Warmke on their “Moral Grandstanding” paper
- Owen Flanagan’s NDPR Forum on his Geography of Morals