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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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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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Web resources on toleration and respect

Members of the Balphin.org and PPhil students may be interested in the new website of a research project, RESPECT, devoted to issues of respect and toleration. Click HERE to reach RESPECT website. The RESPECT research project aims to address issues of toleration and respect in the distribution of public spaces. Specifically, it will explore the

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Nordic Workshop in Early Modern Philosophy 2010

Department of Philosophy, Uppsala University, invites to workshop in Early Modern Philosophy (2010) Saturday 5 June: Metaphysics and Modality (Seminar room, Eng 2-1022) 9 A.M. – 9:15 A.M. Introduction 9:15 A.M. – 10:15 A.M. Valtteri Viljanen (Turku): “Spinoza on Eternity and Temporality” 10:15 A.M. – 10:45 A.M. Coffee 10:45 A.M. – 11:45 A.M. Mogens Laerke

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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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The eighth annual meeting of The Nordic Society for Phenomenology

The eighth annual meeting of the Nordic Society for Phenomenology will take place at Södertörn University College in Stockholm, April 22-24, 2010. ► Meeting poster (pdf) ► Meeting program (doc)

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Lithuanian Language And Culture Summer Course

The Summer course will take place in Kaunas, the second biggest city and the former capital of the Republic of Lithuania, which is a very cosy and green city with 450 thousand inhabitants. It is an outstanding place of architectural treasures (the most interesting buildings from Art Nouveau to Baroque).

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