We are pleased to announce the new PEA Soup Quarterly Topic Awards!! Every third month, from here on out, we will invite submissions from any of our readers for posts on the Soup about a particular topic in moral and political philosophy. We will kick this off next month with “Applied Ethics April”!  » …Read more

This is the last call for submissions to the 7th annual Workshop for Oxford Studies in Political Philosophy. Papers are due by the end of the day on March 31. The conference takes place at Syracuse University from Aug 21-23, 2019. Keynote speakers are:

Super excited Valerie is our next Featured Philosopher. Take it away Val!

I’m very grateful to Dave and Dave for giving me this opportunity to talk to the Pea Soup community. It is (for me, anyway) challenging to stay philosophically engaged while being department chair.   » …Read more

Jennifer Saul argues that Cohen’s claim that Trump speaks in a “special code” is better understood as Trump just making use of ordinary general Grician principles of conversation. This makes the attributions Cohen makes to Trump harder for the Trump defender to resist.

Saul’s post is here.  » …Read more

Charlie Kurth’s new book The Anxious Mind is just out with MIT Press, and we’re pleased to have him aboard today to talk a bit about it. Please join in on the conversation! Take it away, Charlie!

I’m delighted to have the opportunity to contribute!  » …Read more

Conference takes place at Syracuse University from Aug 21-23, 2019. Keynote speakers are:

  • Kwame Anthony Appiah, NYU;
  • David Estlund, Brown;
  • Sally Haslanger, MIT.

Send full, anonymized papers. Submission details, and other details, including information about the Sanders Prize in Political Philosophy,  » …Read more

Just a reminder that abstracts for the upcoming New Orleans Workshop in Agency and Responsibility (NOWAR 5) are due no later than NOON, March 15, 2019.  They should be no more than 3 double-spaced pages (ordinary font and margins, etc.), be saved as a PDF file,  » …Read more