Is Everyone a Little Bit Racist?

It has been argued that everyone is a little bit racist. Various studies have shown that black America are treated rather differently than white Americans. Examples of this include black students
It has been argued that everyone is a little bit racist. Various studies have shown that black America are treated rather differently than white Americans. Examples of this include black students [More]

Toronto Philosophy of Religion Work-in-Progress Group

For the past couple of years, I have organized a lively philosophy of religion work-in-progress group at Ryerson University in downtown Toronto. – If you would like to be added to the mailing
For the past couple of years, I have organized a lively philosophy of religion work-in-progress group at Ryerson University in downtown Toronto. – If you would like to be added to the mailing [More]

A Philosopher’s Blog: 2014 Free on Amazon

A Philosopher’s Blog: 2014 Philosophical Essays on Many Subjects will be available as a free Kindle book on Amazon from 12/31/2014-1/4/2015. This book contains all the essays from the 2014
A Philosopher’s Blog: 2014 Philosophical Essays on Many Subjects will be available as a free Kindle book on Amazon from 12/31/2014-1/4/2015. This book contains all the essays from the 2014 [More]

2015 SCP Pacific Regional Conference – Call for Papers

The 2015 Conference of the Society of Christian Philosophers (Pacific Region) March 20-21, 2015 Hosted by Azusa Pacific University Keynote Speakers Linda Zagzebski (University of Oklahoma), Robert
The 2015 Conference of the Society of Christian Philosophers (Pacific Region) March 20-21, 2015 Hosted by Azusa Pacific University Keynote Speakers Linda Zagzebski (University of Oklahoma), Robert [More]

What’s wrong with Piketty?

My first-ever piece in RADICAL PHILOSOPHY, just out: A sympathetic but tough ecologically-based critique of Piketty’s mega-tome, ‘CAPITAL IN THE 21ST CENTURY':
My first-ever piece in RADICAL PHILOSOPHY, just out: A sympathetic but tough ecologically-based critique of Piketty’s mega-tome, ‘CAPITAL IN THE 21ST CENTURY': [More]

Philosophy in a Clown Suit

“I never say what I believe and I never believe what I say,” declared Machiavelli. “If I sometimes say the truth, I conceal it among lies”…
“I never say what I believe and I never believe what I say,” declared Machiavelli. “If I sometimes say the truth, I conceal it among lies”… [More]

Results of my survey on religious disagreement

Religious disagreements are conspicuous in everyday life.  Most societies, except perhaps for theocracies or theocracy-like regimes, show a diversity of religious beliefs, a diversity that young
Religious disagreements are conspicuous in everyday life.  Most societies, except perhaps for theocracies or theocracy-like regimes, show a diversity of religious beliefs, a diversity that young [More]

Are E-Athletes Really Athletes?

http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/150400339 While professional video game competitions have been around for some time, it is only fairly recently that competitive gamers have been dubbed as
http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/150400339 While professional video game competitions have been around for some time, it is only fairly recently that competitive gamers have been dubbed as [More]

What can my grandmother know about Mary

In What can she know Lorraine Code argues for a feminist epistemology, in which our situation, community, position in society, matter to what we can know. Knowledge mainly available to men is
In What can she know Lorraine Code argues for a feminist epistemology, in which our situation, community, position in society, matter to what we can know. Knowledge mainly available to men is [More]

Evidence: a love-story

Philosophers! I have a proposition to put to you. Nowadays, we would-be rational members of the public, the intellectually-minded, many citizens, are too in love with the concept of evidence.
Philosophers! I have a proposition to put to you. Nowadays, we would-be rational members of the public, the intellectually-minded, many citizens, are too in love with the concept of evidence. [More]