An Interview with John Searle

Who is the philosopher whom you admire most? This is a question many of the academic philosophers come across very often. John Searle – one of the greatest thinkers of the contemporary time – has an interesting answer to that question. He does not truly admire anyone! He seems to think that all of them […]

On the benefits of a philosophy major

Originally posted on Pleas and Excuses:
My fantastic colleague, Ty Fagan, made this graphic from recent data coming from the Educational Testing Service. I thought it was worth a blog post, because students interested in a philosophy major often ask me whether they should do a double-major or minor in “something more practical.” Often, business…

Free will and Love

Suppose it turns out that we do not have free will; how would that affect the way we think about love? What about hatred? is it that free will plays a central role in understanding love and hatred? Please click here to see a nice and brief blog post which examines some of the intuitions […]

What Does It Mean to be an Intellectual Today? An Interview with Steve Fuller by Filip Šimetin Šegvić

Originally posted on Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective:
Author Information: Filip Šimetin Šegvić, University of Zagreb, phillip.simetinsegvic@gmail.com Fuller, Steve. 2013. “What Does It Mean to be an Intellectual Today? An Interview with Steve Fuller by Filip Šimetin Šegvić.” Social Epismtemology Review and Reply Collective 2 (10): 12-17. 6 September. The PDF of the article…

Intuition as a methodological device in Philosophy

‘Intuition’ seems to be a word which (many) Philosophers are fond of. ‘Intuition’ seems to be at the heart of Philosophical methodology. Intuitive appeal is often is an important aspect of a Philosophical theory. To suspect that a particular Philosophical position is unintuitive or counter intuitive is to put a burden on the part of […]

Album songs with a Philsophical bite

I came across some interesting album songs. These songs are playing with Philosophical ideas. Here is the link click on Body Monad Woprld (2012). Then scroll down and click on the songs in the play list.

Analytic – Continental Divide

I came across a blog post on the so called Analytic Continental divide in Philosophy. The post is not going in to any technicalities of the problem. But it attempts to present the problem. Here is the post.

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