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The Philosophical Quarterly

The first issue of The Philosophical Quarterly was published in October 1950. In the sixty years since, the PQ has established itself as one of the world’s leading general philosophy journals. We continue to publish across the full spectrum of academic philosophy, and welcome original research in all areas of philosophy and its history. Our aim in compiling this

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New SEP Entry: Marcus Aurelius

The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy has just published a new entry on “Marcus Aurelius,” written by Rachana Kamtekar (Philosophy, University of Arizona). To access the entry, please click here. Below is the introduction, followed by links to the various sections of the entry. Marcus Aurelius The second century CE Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius was also a Stoic philosopher,

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Views on The Crisis of Philosophy

An interesting essay from Inside Higher Ed on the alienation of philosophy form the rest of the humanities by Jason Stanley. Jason Stanley is professor of philosophy at Rutgers University. In the recently announced results of the new American Council of Learned Societies “New Faculty Fellows” program, 53 recent Ph.D.s in the humanities were awarded

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What Do Philosophers Believe?

And what do people ask philosophers in mid-air? Anthony Gottlieb decodes an unusual opinion poll. Here it goes. Taken from INTELLIGENT LIFE Magazine, Spring 2010 There was once a website on which academic philosophers listed the curious things that strangers had said to them upon learning that they were in the presence of a philosopher.

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