“Soul Dies First” – Illustrated Philosophy. (agsandrew, Adobe Stock) I think the definitions of “philosophy” and “empiricism” could usefully be changed. Currently, the two encompass reality and unreality, which in my opinion is a bewildering conflict of interest. As if philosophy and empiricism (but especially philosophy) needed Following disconcerting bewilderment.
(Image: Apple) June 23, Apple messaging unleashed to explain why users should only install apps approved by Apple through its App Store on iOS. This is an extension of the US District Court case between Apple and Epic, where Apple called “sideloading,” the practice of installing apps outside of its
Is there reason to be optimistic about the progress of metaphysics? Jessica wilson (Toronto) thinks so. [Grant Wood, “In the Spring”] Asked about it in a recent interview at 03:16, Wilson replies: Regarding the methodology [standards in metaphysics] question, I see reason to be optimistic. For starters, there has been
Although the total number of undergraduate philosophy majors in Canada has been declining since 2010, a recent increase and some anecdotal evidence have University affairs reporting that “philosophy has a moment”. There has been a small increase in the number of Philosophy majors, from 4,656 to 4,723 during the period
The best national expert in infectious diseases, Antoine FauciAnthony FauciOvernight Health Care – Federal government and military exceed immunization rate by 90%, should appear in a book on the “philosophy of life”. The book, titled “Expect the Unexpected: Ten Lessons on Truth, Service, and the Way Forward,” is expected to
“The depth of the conflict in the department is disturbing.” This comes from a report by Jennifer A. McHugh, an outside lawyer appointed by the Ohio Attorney General’s office to investigate allegations of corruption, harassment, intimidation and bias in the Department of Philosophy at Bowling Green University, according to an
Review of analytical philosophy (RAP), a new open-access, peer-reviewed, English-language philosophy journal based in Japan, has just published its first issue. The RAP is “designed to provide a forum for those working in analytical philosophy at large. It publishes high quality original research on all areas of analytical philosophy, including