Category Archives: Blogs

BLOG: PhilosophyBro

An amusing and helpful set of summaries of well-known philosophers or philosophical suggestions can be found here: www.philosophybro.com

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Call for authors: Blog Philosophical Inquiry

The Blog Philosophical Inquiry (in portuguese, Blog Investigação Filosófica) is inviting to be the authors of the blog. You may divulgate news on philosophy and your own texts that are already published. The blog has access to about 10,000 page views per month, national and international, and largely from Portuguese-speaking countries (but you can publish in

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Dear Balphin readers,

Happy New Year! 2012 … .

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All Things Shining

Sean D. Kelly (Philosophy, Harvard) has a very interesting new blog devoted to the themes of his forthcoming book All Things Shining, co-authored with Hubert Dreyfus (Philosophy, Berkeley). There is wonderful stuff here devoted to the intersection of philosophy and literature (and more besides).

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Cyber-nating Humans

One click on a mouse is a giant leap for mankind into its cybernating home. Inquisitive nature of humans led us so far as a new form of dwelling. What was considered as empirical mode of existence in a sensual world as in opposition to intangible spiritual world, turned out to be insufficient. We humans

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Philosophy for the Baltic Regional Studies: Maria Mälksoo and Leonidas Donskis

Maria Mälksoo and her book “The Politics of Becoming European: a study of Polish and Baltic post-Cold War security imaginaries“ (published by Routledge) is an outstanding example how political philosophy as well as identity theory can be integrated into regional studies. This time it is under the topic of the politics of becoming European. The

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