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📡 A Philosopher's Blog RSS feed
Philosophical Essays on Many Subjects. Dr. LaBossiere is a runner/gamer from Maine who went to school in Ohio and ended up as a philosophy professor in Florida.
📡 A Philosopher's Take RSS feed
A group blog discussing philosophical ideas as well as the profession of philosophy.
📡 AESTHETICS FOR BIRDS Blog RSS feed
Aesthetics for Birds is a blog that aims to bring people working in aesthetics and philosophy of art together with each other, as well as with artists, the artworld, and others in philosophy and the academy.
📡 Adrian Blau-Blog RSS feed
This blog is about politics, philosophy and history and how to do them well, in terms of thinking, writing and teaching.
📡 Aeon - A World of Ideas RSS feed
Aeon is a magazine of philosophical ideas and culture. We publish in-depth essays, incisive articles, and a mix of original and curated videos free to all.
📡 After Dinner Conversation RSS feed
A monthly fiction magazine of original philosophy and ethics short stories across genres to draw out deeper discussions with friends, family, and students
📡 Alexis Karpouzos RSS feed
Alexis Karpouzos is a Greek Philosopher, Spiritual Teacher, and Author, founder of the international community of learning, research and culture in Greece. Our goal is to create a spiritual experience in consciousness worldwide, where people recognize that we are all part of an interconnected whole.
📡 American Philosophical Association Blog RSS feed
American Philosophical Association, the premier philosophical learned society in North America. A creator and editor of Ordinary Philosophy blog, podcast, and history of ideas travel series.
📡 Ancient Philosophy Society RSS feed
The Ancient Philosophy Society was established to provide a forum for diverse scholarship on ancient Greek and Roman texts.It is the intention that, within the larger aim of assessing the meaning and significance of ancient texts,the Ancient Philosophy Society serve as the site of critical engagement and that it encourage creative and rigorous independent readings.
📡 Arts & Letters Daily RSS feed
The blog of Arts & Letters daily describes about the different topics on Philosophy, literature, ideas, criticism, history, art, music from The Chronicle of Higher Education.
📡 Bleeding Heart Libertarians Blog RSS feed
Bleeding Heart Libertarians is a blog of academic philosophers, legal theorists, and political theorists, interested in free markets and social justice.
📡 Brain Pickings An inventory of the meaningful life. RSS feed
Brain Pickings is a record of Maria Popova's own becoming as a person intellectually, creatively, spiritually and an inquiry into how to live and what it means to lead a good life. An inventory of cross-disciplinary interestingness, spanning art, science, design, history, philosophy, and more.
📡 Conscious Entities By Peter Hankins RSS feed
If the conscious self is an illusion - who is it that's being fooled? These pages are devoted to short discussions of some of the major thinkers and theories about consciousness and the philosophy of Mind.
📡 Contemporary Philosophies RSS feed
Contemporary Philosophies aims to inspire, motive and guide individuals on the path to success as they grapple with the multiple social and human issues that affect us daily. It is a thought-provoking blog with a deep, educational and controversial take on life, success and human values.
📡 Daily Nous RSS feed
Daily Nous is a site for news about the philosophy profession and other issues of interest to philosophers. It is maintained by Justin Weinberg.The purpose of Daily Nous is to provide a centralized, highly visible, and up-to-date resource for those seeking information about the benefits of studying philosophy and those seeking to disseminate such information.
📡 Digressions&Impressions RSS feed
Blog by Eric Schliesser a philosopher writes about life, books, art, sports, philosophy, science, and economics.
📡 EPS Blog - Evangelical Philosophical Society RSS feed
The mission of the Evangelical Philosophical Society is to glorify God through the faithful practice of philosophy, fostering a deeper understanding of God and the world he created while both encouraging and enabling Christian philosophers to engage philosophical and spiritual issues in the academy.
📡 Edward Feser - Philosophy Blog RSS feed
Edward Feser is one of the best contemporary writers on philosophy. He is also the author of many academic articles. He also writes on politics, from a conservative point of view; and on religion, from a traditional Roman Catholic perspective.
📡 Episyllogism RSS feed
What doe that mean? Devoted to a discussion of many philosophical questions and problems that challenge the mind and tickle the fancy.
📡 Error Statistics Philosophy RSS feed
Read Blogs on philosophy of science, statistical inference and much more. Deborah G. Mayo is a professor of philosophy of science, logic, experiment, statistical inference; now an independent philosopher & stock trader.
📡 Ethics Sage RSS feed
This blog is an exploration and commentary on the causes and effects of ethical failings in business, politics, and society on our way of life.Sharing my wisdom on accounting and business ethics, workplace and societal ethics.
📡 Evolutionary Philosophy - Blog RSS feed
Author and published philosopher. Writes about evolutionary philosophy and fictional worlds inspired by it.Contemplating the past to choose the destination.
📡 Extinct RSS feed
Extinct is a resource for philosophers, paleontologists, and enthusiasts. We provide posts and occasional news dedicated to the intersection of philosophy and paleontology.
📡 Finn Janning - writer and philosopher RSS feed
This blog, more specifically, deals with mostly philosophical literature. By 'philosophical,' I'm referring to academic works, as well as essays and creative nonfiction.
📡 Flaneur's Alley - Notes to self RSS feed
Answers to Questions You Never Thought to Ask.
📡 For the Sake of Science By Michael RSS feed
Blog is devoted to evolution, atheism, civil rights, and whatever else tickles my fancy. It is geared towards defending the underlying theme of all of biology of science against the insult of creationism, ignorance, and misinformation.
📡 Gonepublic: Philosophy, Politics, & Public life RSS feed
GonePublic is written by Nolle McAfee. I am a professor of philosophy at Emory University and editor of the Kettering Review.I started this blog in spirit: irreverent, deeply democratic, committed to ideas, to public life, and to the possibility that all of us might make this world a better place.
📡 History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences RSS feed
A blog devoted to exploring and promoting the great diversity that exists in the study of language, in the past and today. Each blog post seeks to introduce a topic, idea or approach in language study historical, current or completely new with an invitation to all readers to engage in discussion in the comments.
📡 Houlgate Books RSS feed
Laurence shares articles about the classics of philosophy, pre-20th century philosophers and the relevance of their writings to contemporary philosophical and political disputes.
📡 IAI TV RSS feed
IAI.tv bring together world leading thinkers to discuss today's most pressing questions. It seeks to challenge the notion that our present accepted wisdom is the truth and to uncover the flaws and limitations in our current thinking in search of alternative and better ways to hold the world.
📡 Imperfect Cognitions RSS feed
A blog about imperfect cognitions, such as delusional beliefs, distorted memories, confabulatory explanations, and implicit biases.
📡 In the Space of Reasons RSS feed
Blog By TIM THORNTON philosopher working on issues in healthcare, especially mental healthcare, judgement, including clinical, tacit knowledge, thought and language.
📡 J. History of Ideas Blog RSS feed
The blog of the Journal of the History of Ideas, committed to diverse and wide-ranging intellectual history.The JHI defines intellectual history expansively and ecumenically, including the histories of philosophy, literature and the arts, the natural and social sciences, religion, and political thought.
📡 Jamesian Philosophy Refreshed RSS feed
This blogs contain a unique understanding of the inherently purposive nature of the human mind, and of what that means for philosophy. He developed a distinctive pragmatic philosophy that carries with it an individualist understanding of the human past and a hopeful glance at the human future.
📡 Leiter Reports: A Philosophy Blog RSS feed
Philosophy news and views about philosophy, the academic profession, academic freedom, intellectual culture...and a bit of poetry.
📡 Love of All Wisdom RSS feed
Love of All Wisdom is a biweekly blog in cross-cultural philosophy, written by Amod Lele. this blog is my attempt to do philosophy cross-culturally not just to compare philosophies from different traditions, but to build a philosophical system myself that draws, with intellectual integrity, from wisdom from around the world.
📡 Metaphysical Speculations RSS feed
Bernardo Kastrup's exploratory journeys through the thoughtscapes of philosophy of mind, ontology, neuroscience of consciousness, psychology, foundations of physics, hermeneutics and philosophy of life.
📡 MyGodArt RSS feed
Welcome to the best philosophy blog for an ordinary joe, filled with tales of extraordinary philosophies and talks of art. I promise you'll want to stay.
📡 Omphilosophical RSS feed
Reflections on Philosophy and the Human Condition
📡 Ordinary Philosophy by Amy Cools RSS feed
Ordinary Philosophy is dedicated to philosophy in the public square and the history of ideas that change the world.We believe that philosophy is an eminently useful endeavor as well as a fascinating and beautiful one, and that citizen philosophers and academic philosophers alike share in making it so.
📡 PHILO-notes - Learn Philosophy Online! RSS feed
This site is founded by a group of young philosophy scholars in southern Philippines. It aims to help said teachers and students in their teaching and studies by providing them with helpful notes and resources.
📡 Paul Austin Murphy's Philosophy RSS feed
The articles and essays in this blog range from the short to the long. Many of the posts are also introductory (i.e., educational) in nature; though, even when introductory, they still include additional commentary.
📡 Philosophers Army RSS feed
Dedicated to improving people's lives through philosophical content!
📡 Philosophical Blog by Christian Munthe RSS feed
A blog by a philosophy professor from Sweden, with comments and reflections on a variety of subjects.Just as it says: the comments of a philosopher on the high and the low; world events, phenomena encountered and, occasionally, the esoteric happenings of academia.
📡 Philosophical Disquisitions RSS feed
The purpose of this blog is to share, explain and comment on various philosophical articles and books that I read. Run by John Danaher.
📡 Philosophical Guidance RSS feed
A simplified way of understanding philosophy to answer the most basic of life's questions. My name is Greg and I have been reading and studying philosophy most of my life. What I offer here is the results of extensive study, my analytic ability such as it is, clear writing style, and the diligence to complete the work at hand. In fact, I doubt many readers would prefer me to formulate philosophy in the professional manner with a series of rigorous arguments using strict rules of logic.
📡 Philosophy Bits RSS feed
Interesting and insightful quotes from history's greatest minds.
📡 Philosophy Corner: Popularizing Philosophy RSS feed
I'm Rey, a philosophy enthusiast and an aspiring philosopher of science.Who thinks Knowledge is not equivalent to wisdom and experiences into insights that deepen our understanding of the meaning of life.
📡 Philosophy Mini-World RSS feed
Hi everyone, this is Bo (Robert) Hou, a high school philosophy fan. I am from China and currently studying in the United States. In this blog, I want to share my thinking of philosophy with you through various forms of writings, including book review/ summary, essay writing, daily question post, and basic introduction to some philosophers.
📡 Philosophy Of Money by Eric Lonergan RSS feed
Eric Lonergan's elegantly-written and thought-provoking polemic on the nature of money is a must-read for anyone interested in politics or economics.
📡 Philosophy Unreal Blog RSS feed
Posts on Philosophy from the Unreal blog run by Manoj Thulasidas. Follow this blog to get insights on Life, Work and Money. Perception, Physics and Philosophy.
📡 Philosophy by the Way RSS feed
Blogs are on the philosophy of the social sciences, epistemology and methodology, hermeneutics and analytical philosophy.
📡 Philosophy of Life RSS feed
This blog is about giving human society the opportunity for a life of happiness, good health, peace of mind and all good qualities through God consciousness. It insists Vedic values in today's youth and thereby develop the exalted character of a true Indian with examples and life philosophy drawn from the Bhagavad Gita and Bhagavatam
📡 Philosophy of Religion blog RSS feed
This blog presupposes the importance of having some knowledge in philosophy, particularly philosophy of religion. Philosophy of religion examines subjects like the following: the existence of God, miracles, the rationality of religious belief, science vs. religion, faith vs. reason, etc. Primary focus is on the arguments for/against the existence of God and the rationality of religious belief.
📡 Philosophy of Sport RSS feed
This multi-authored blog is intended to be an international forum for the discussion of issues related to the philosophical dimensions of sport, as well as a place to disseminate calls for papers, publication and conference announcements, and issues related to teaching in this area of philosophy.
📡 Philosophy on the move RSS feed
Philosophy on the move It goes through a wide range of philosophical issues: knowledge/truth, ethics/morality, language/meaning, culture, and society.I try to use philosophy as a perspective for understanding present society. The focus is on dynamics: change of knowledge (invention), meaning, society, and organization.
📡 Philosophy | The Guardian RSS feed
Get all the recent updates & news of the philosophy blog.
📡 Philosophy2U RSS feed
Public Philosophy is the deliberate effort to take the often difficult and complex ideas presented by philosophers and apply them to current questions and concerns for public edification and engagement... The blogs on Philosophy2U engage a broad range of problems which are either related to current events or perennial questions that humans tend to ask. The blogs may provide answers or they may just help to clarify what's really at stake. Public philosophy blogs by Todd Mei and invited authors.
📡 Plato's Footnote RSS feed
Here you will find links to the professional and public writings of Professor Massimo Pigli, a philosopher at the City College of New York.Topics range from general philosophy to philosophy of science to the modern practice of the ancient philosophy of Stoicism, because all (Western) philosophy consists of a series of footnotes to Plato.
📡 Practical Ethics RSS feed
At the Practical Ethics blog, you can find daily ethical analysis of news events from researchers in four centres based at the Philosophy.We focus on current events with practical ethical relevance, including developments in science and technology, environmental policy, public health, and information ethics.
📡 ReadMoreWriteMoreThinkMoreBeMore RSS feed
Blog by Leigh M. Johnson - readmorewritemorethinkmorebemore about philosophy, music, politics and pop culture get equal deconstruction.
📡 Rocking Philosophy RSS feed
Rocking Philosophy promotes individualism and opposes all forms of group think. Principles are based on negative liberty, natural rights, rationalism, and empiricism.
📡 Sacerdotus RSS feed
A blog about God, the Catholic Church, Science, Philosophy, Religion, Atheism and other worldly things.
📡 Scientific Philosophy and Philosophical Science RSS feed
This Philosophy is generated science by essentially inventing intellectual thought and rigorous.The approach and practice of science, including the 'scientific method' arose out of philosophy.
📡 Shabda Blog RSS feed
Shabda Blog serves as a good complementary medium to the books published by Shabda Press. It serves as a resource about Vedic philosophy for those who may not know enough to read books, but might be searching for specific topics online. The blog has proven valuable to many readers who like to explore short and focused topics on Vedic philosophy before they dive into books.
📡 Surimposium RSS feed
Surimposium is an innovative theory of our reality. The way of thinking used is a confluence between philosophy and science. You can familiarize yourself with the theory in a few fundamental articles, then check its relevance to current topics and major controversies in knowledge, consciousness, morals, and fundamental physics.
📡 THE ETHICS BLOG RSS feed
A blog by the Centre for Research Ethics & Bioethics (CRB) .Research Ethics is aimed at all readers and authors interested in ethical issues in research, the regulation of research and the procedures and process of ethical review.
📡 The Brains Blog RSS feed
The Brains blog is a leading forum for work in the philosophy and science of mind.
📡 The Christian Humanist Podcast RSS feed
The Christian Humanist Podcast is a weekly podcast that discusses 'literature, theology, philosophy, and other things that human beings do well.' It's hosted by three Christian college professors and seeks to explore all manner of human endeavor through a theological lens.
📡 The Dawdler's Philosophy RSS feed
The Dawdler's Philosophy is a Philosophy and Science long form discussion Podcast brought to you by a couple of Dawdlers. Hey, it's not nothing!
📡 The Electric Agora A modern symposium for the digital age RSS feed
A magazine and forum for in-depth discussion of Philosophy and its intersection with various other fields.
📡 The Indian Philosophy Blog RSS feed
The Indian Philosophy Blog was founded in January 2014 by Elisa Freschi and Amod Lele.The Indian Philosophy Blog is a venue for the discussion of Indian (South Asian) philosophy, however defined. All periods of Indian thought from the ancient to the modern, and all Indian philosophical schools is discussed on the blog.
📡 The Meaning of Life By John G. Messerly RSS feed
John G. Messerly is the author of books on ethics, evolutionary philosophy, philosophy of human nature and the meaning of life, as well as over a hundred articles on philosophical, psychological, social, political, and transhumanist themes.He post blogs related to philosophy, evolution, death, transhumanism.
📡 The Meaning of Life Type Stuff RSS feed
A blog about science, philosophy, and existentialism.
📡 The Mod Squad blog RSS feed
The Mod Squad is a group blog in the history of modern philosophy.
📡 The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast RSS feed
The Partially Examined Life is a philosophy podcast by some guys who were at one point set on doing philosophy for a living but then thought better of it. Each episode, we pick a text and chat about it with some balance between insight and flippancy. You don't have to know any philosophy, or even to have read the text we're talking about to (mostly) follow and (hopefully) enjoy the discussion.
📡 The Savage Philosopher RSS feed
Blogging about my journey to define what it means to be Human.
📡 The Society of Philosophers in America (SOPHIA) RSS feed
Building communities of philosophical conversation, The mission of the Society of Philosophers in America (SOPHIA) is to use the tools of philosophical inquiry to improve people's lives and enrich the profession of philosophy through conversation and community building.
📡 The Splintered Mind By Eric Schwitzgebel RSS feed
This blog showcase the best philosophical posts from a wide range of weblogs. its post is on reflections in philosophy of psychology, broadly construed.
📡 The Splintered Mind | Reflections in Philosophy of Psychology, Broadly Construed RSS feed
Eric Schwitzgebel is an American philosopher and professor of Philosophy at the University of California, Riverside. His main interests include connections between empirical psychology and philosophy of mind and the nature of belief.
📡 The Virtue Blog RSS feed
By fostering intensive collaboration between philosophers, religious thinkers, and psychologists, we will investigate whether self-transcendence helps to make ordinary cultivation and exercise of virtue a source of deep happiness and meaning in human life.
📡 Theory, Evolution, and Games Group RSS feed
A blog about theoretical computer science, evolution, and game theory.
📡 Thinking Christian RSS feed
Post on Confronting New Atheist, Irrationality, Thinking Christian Blog By Tom Gilson introduces about the most equipping Christians to be strong in their faith, knowledge, thinking, and strategies so that we can be more effective in reaching others everywhere with the life and love of Christ.
📡 Thom Hamer RSS feed
Philosophy blog centering around Hamer's research on existential absurdity, humor and (post-)irony at Cardiff University, sometimes digressing into analyses of metafictional literature, metamodern art, and failures of communication.
📡 Thomas Yaeger's Blog RSS feed
The Long View of the History of Ideas. 3 of my books, 'The Sacred History of Being', 'Understanding Ancient Thought', and 'Man and the Divine', explore the origins of philosophy in ancient divine cult.
📡 Touched to life.. RSS feed
Life...a diplomatic,sarcastic,loving and alot of feelings..Life has alot of it's prospective,criteria,and each area has it's own feel to live the life.
📡 UnderstandingSociety RSS feed
UnderstandingSociety is a blog by philosopher Daniel Little offering innovative thinking about social agency and structure in a global world.his mission for the post is to stimulate new thinking about how society works.
📡 Upon Reflection | Cognitive Science and Philosophy RSS feed
Nick researches human reasoning, particularly how we reason and how we can reason better. My primary areas are cognitive science, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of science. My research focuses on reasoning styles, reasoning education, wellbeing, and willpower.
📡 Values of the Wise | Wisdom, Knowledge, Values by Author Jason M. RSS feed
Jason Merchey is a philosophical thinker and independent scholar as well as founder of Values of the Wise. It has over 30,000 quotes about wisdom and values that represent ancient wisdom and progressive thinking brought to life.
📡 Virtual Philosopher RSS feed
Philosophy blog written by Nigel Warburton, He has written a number of books including A Little History of Philosophy, Philosophy: The Basics, Philosophy: The Classics (some of which is available as a podcast)
📡 Warp, Weft, and Way RSS feed
Warp, Weft, and Way is a group blog of Chinese and Comparative philosophy. Its primary purpose is to promote and stimulate discussion of Chinese philosophy and cross-tradition inquiry among scholars and students of philosophy.
📡 Worldview Encounters RSS feed
Refine your worldview and see through the eyes of others. Worldview Encounters is a weekly Substack publication that aims to help its readers learn about and engage with the different ways of thinking and living in the world.
📡 ex-apologist RSS feed
A philosophy of religion blog.
📡 microphilosophy RSS feed
Small thoughts about big things; big thoughts about small things; expansive ideas in few words; seeds of thought, scatttered to either take root or not.