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by Nigel Gibson What I want to present here is a part of a larger ongoing discussion of the centrality of Frantz Fanon’s work as ... Read more...
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Eugene Garver Ph.D.’s is from the Committee for the Analysis of Ideas and the Study of Methods at The University of Chicago. Since then, he ... Read more...
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Annette Martin is a PhD candidate in philosophy at New York University. She works in social philosophy, epistemology, and philosophy of race, and her current ... Read more...
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by Chris Rawls The teaching structure of higher education has altered drastically in the past two decades and those in power do not want to ... Read more...
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by Kate Norlock We note with sadness the death of Joan Callahan (1946-2019). Joan was Emerita Professor of Philosophy at the University of Kentucky. She ... Read more...
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by Rebecca Scott This post developed from a Blog Contributor who presented for the Talking Teaching discussion series hosted by the APA Committee on Teaching. ... Read more...
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by Katarina Peixoto The  I International Conference Women in the History of Philosophy will take place from June 17 to 20 at the Universidade do Estado ... Read more...
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by Rhona J. Flynn I live on a small island off the southwest coast of Ireland. When I want to go out, I get a ... Read more...
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Héctor Ricardo Hernández is a senior at Yale University from Bogotá, Colombia majoring in Philosophy and German Studies. He is interested in Critical Theory, Latin ... Read more...
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by Agostino Cera In this post I will try to describe the ethical paradox emerging within the framework of the so-called Anthropocene: the ‘new aspirant ... Read more...
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