Philosophy Without Borders: What It Is, & Why It Matters–Four Short Talks. (Complete Audio Recording of the Philosophy Without Borders Panel Session at the Public Philosophy Network 2018 Conference, 8-10 February 2018)

‘Understanding Impact’ 4th Conference of the Public Philosophy Network Boulder, Colorado   |   February 8-10, 2018 The Public Philosophy Network announces our fourth conference on Advancing Public Philosophy. Our 2018 conference theme is Understanding Impact: What practices improve the uptake of philosophy, both across the disciplines, and throughout society? This question will be pursued through … [continue reading]

Philosophy Ripped From The Headlines! Issue #6, February 2018: Poverty in the USA, Marx Redux, & the Scope of Mindedness.

Dear Philosopher or Philosophically-Minded Person, Do you ever think about the larger philosophical implications of contemporary events and issues, especially when reading newspapers, journals, or blogs? —Of course you do: but then what? What if you were able to convert your thinking DIRECTLY into something you were able to use for TEACHING PHILOSOPHY, for PHILOSOPHY … [continue reading]

Philosophy Ripped From The Headlines! Issue #5, January 2018: Bakers, Buddhists, Plant Minds, & Total Work.

Dear Philosopher or Philosophically-Minded Person, Do you ever think about the larger philosophical implications of contemporary events and issues, especially when reading newspapers, journals, or blogs? —Of course you do: but then what? What if you were able to convert your thinking DIRECTLY into something you were able to use for TEACHING PHILOSOPHY, for PHILOSOPHY … [continue reading]

Philosophy Ripped From The Headlines! Issue #4, December 2017: US Politics, Animal Minds, & Refugees

Dear Philosopher or Philosophically-Minded Person, Do you ever think about the larger philosophical implications of contemporary events and issues, especially when reading newspapers, journals, or blogs? —Of course you do: but then what? What if you were able to convert your thinking DIRECTLY into something you were able to use for TEACHING PHILOSOPHY, for PHILOSOPHY … [continue reading]