World Philosophy Day at UNESCO has been celebrated every year since 2002 on the third Thursday in November. By proclaiming a World Philosophy Day, the Member States of UNESCO at its 33rd General Conference in 2005 underlined the beneficial influence of this Day on the promotion of the teaching ofRead More →

RIYADH: Expert speaker at Riyadh Philosophy Conference thinks philosophizing with children is essential for their personal growth as people and as individuals in society, and for adults to perhaps see different perspectives on their established belief systems. Christopher Phillips, American author and educator, is a man with a mission: toRead More →

TO Average, Prudence Louise, writer on philosophy and religion, explains that in 1994, the philosopher David Chalmers killed the zombie in cold blood, triggering “a zombie apocalypse”. It sounds like an unusual role for a philosopher. And the zombie? : “The philosophical notion of ‘zombie’ essentially refers to imaginable creaturesRead More →

Olúfẹ́mi O. Táíwò, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Georgetown University, will present “Subjective Security” on Thursday 11 November at 5 pm. He will present on Zoom. Some people chose to attend the presentation together in Stevenson Room 121. Others are welcome. If you want to participate via Zoom, the meetingRead More →

Wouter Kusters Wouter Kusters is a Dutch philosopher and linguist from the Netherlands. He is best known for his books, ‘Pure Madness, A Quest for the Psychotic Experience’ and ‘A Philosophy of Madness: The Experience of Psychotic Thinking.’ The latter was translated into English in 2020 and published by MIT press and formsRead More →

Your complimentary articles You’ve read one of your four complimentary articles for this month. You can read four articles free per month. To have complete access to the thousands of philosophy articles on this site, please Interview Stefan Lorenz Sorgner is a philosophy professor at John Cabot University in Rome,Read More →

A recent article published in the International Journal of Psychiatry examines the state of fundamental patterns of the mind of psychiatry, such as “neuroreductionism”. The author, Sanneke de Haan, a philosopher of psychiatry, argues that instead of narrow understandings based primarily on the brain, we could learn lessons from enactiveRead More →

Cryptoculture Cryptocurrencies are best understood by examining the community structure and the cultural values ​​they exhibit, rather than the economic activity they create. Cryptocurrencies are truly “cryptocultures” and these cultures are many, a plurality. I define a cryptoculture as an open source community with its own micro-economy. Each culture integratesRead More →

What is the impact of the philosophy of science on science? In the following guest post *, Mahdi Khelfaoui (UQTR), Yves Gingras (UQAM), Maël Lemoine (Bordeaux) and Thomas Pradeu (Bordeaux) discuss their recent empirical research on this question. [Hearson McArthur Microscope, c.1930s, detail] Which scientific disciplines cite the philosophy ofRead More →

Your complementary articles have you read a of your four free articles for this month. You can read four articles for free per month. For full access to the thousands of philosophy articles on this site, please Articles Devon Bombassei considers the irony of our “liberation” in the digital age.Read More →