Moral luck and the peculiarity of blame – Simon Blackburn

Jonardon Ganeri – interview

Jonardon Ganeri says in an interview  that Dignaga, Sriharsha and Gangesha should be as well known as Plato, Aristotle and Descartes. HERE is the interview.

Getting It Right – Ernest Sosa

Below is an  article by Ernest Sosa on ‘knowledge’ appeared in The New York Times. (To read the original article please CLICK HERE). What is it to truly know something? In our daily lives, we might not give this much thought — most of us rely on what we consider to be fair judgment and […]

Judgment and Agency – Review

Here is a review of Ernest Sosa’s latest book Judgment and Agency (published in Notre Dame Philosophical Review) Judgment and Agency Ernest Sosa, Judgment and Agency, Oxford University Press, 2015, 269pp., $44.95 (hbk), ISBN 9780198719694. Reviewed by Ram Neta, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Ernest Sosa’s book is about the nature of judgment, […]

What Does it Mean to Flourish?- Julia Annas

Julia Annas – a Philosopher who excelled in the area of Greek Philosophy (Particularly Plato and Aristotle)-  talks about the  the notion of ‘Flourishing’.

Testimonial Injustice – Miranda Fricker

Miranda Fricker on testimonial Injustice (epistemic injustice in testimony)      

Return of Virtue in Later 20th Century – Linda Zagzebski

Call for Papers: 2nd Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Group in India

Submission deadline: August 15, 2015 Conference date(s): December 19, 2015 – December 21, 2015 Conference Venue: Centre for Science, Technology and Society, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai Mumbai, India Conference Web page: Details: Topic Areas General Philosophy of Science Philosophy of Social Sciences Philosophy of Biology Philosophy of Economics Keynote Speakers: Richard Boyd, […]

Why is Death Bad for You?

Most would think that death is bad. But why exactly is it bad? Once we attempt to answer this question, it take us to a whole host of puzzles. Here is an interesting talk on this by Shelly Kagen in his characteristically interesting fashion.

Why Philosophy of Biology?

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