Full-time, 3-year term position, located at our Camperdown campus Work alongside internationally renowned experts in the field Base salary $78,143 – $105,305 + 17% retirement pension About the Opportunity The School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry (SOPHI) is seeking to appoint an Associate Lecturer in Political Philosophy who has anRead More →

A new initiative taking place this summer aims to “empower philosophy professors to integrate modules on traditionally underrepresented areas of philosophy into their undergraduate philosophy courses.” Twenty participants will be selected to participate in the “Northeast Workshop to Learn About Multicultural Philosophy” (NEWLAMP). The workshop is free and financial assistanceRead More →

Stephen Hawking claimed that “philosophy is dead” in his book “The Grand Design: New Answers to the Ultimate Questions of Life”, arguing that philosophy is no longer relevant. Popular physicist Lawrence Krauss, displaying his ignorance of philosophy, said: “I don’t believe anything. Belief is not a word used by scientists,Read More →

True to the glory of bilateral relations between Bangladesh and India, India’s High Commissioner in Dhaka Vikram Doraiswami said on Saturday that Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and Mahatma Gandhi, recognized as the fathers of their respective nations, shared a similar political philosophy and ideology during their individual journeys. The IndianRead 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 →

Phil craig writes that in just 24 months, greater provincial autonomy, including the option of outright independence, has shifted from political obscurity to the dominant political philosophy of the Western Cape. It is only at the very end of a Sherlock Holmes novel that a series of seemingly harmless eventsRead More →

Sarawak Bersatu Party Chairman Datuk Sri Wong Soon Koh (left), seen with Batu Lintang See Chee How MP, speaks at a press conference on March 9, 2021. – Photo by Sulok Tawie KUCHING, April 4 – The Sarawak Pakatan Harapan (PH) has been urged not to question the political philosophyRead More →

The weekly report on new and revised entries in online philosophy resources and new philosophy book reviews… Sep New: Continental feminism, by Dilek Huseyinzadegan (Emory), Jana McAuliffe (Arkansas-Little Rock), Jameliah Inga Shorter-Bourhanou (College of the Holy Cross), B. Tamsin Kimoto (Emory), Ege Selin Islekel (Fordham), Marie Draz (San Diego State),Read More →

Nigerian politics are described by observers and analysts as politics without ideology. The only dominant ideological front seems to be ethnicity and tribalism. With over 100 years of nationhood and around 60 years of independence and autonomy from Britain, Nigerian politics are still steeped in crisis and instability caused byRead More →

Poonam Datta Hollywood actor Martin Sheen’s recent recitation of Rabindranath Tagore’s poem, “Where the Mind is Without Fear,” once again demonstrates the continued universal appeal of the poet’s signature composition. Tagore’s vision of transcending time, place, space and national borders continues to resonate with the dreams and hopes of peopleRead More →