Summer school on ""What Makes Us Human? Philosophical and Religious Perspectives in China and the We

Conference Name: Summer School on ""What Makes Us Human? Philosophical and Religious Perspectives in China and the West” Conference Dates: July 4-15, 2016 Submission Deadline: March 15,
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For centuries, <strong>moral intuition</strong> and ethics were the domain of philosophers. Now evolutionary psychologists and neuroscientists think they have better moral arguments. They're wrong

For centuries, moral intuition and ethics were the domain of philosophers. Now evolutionary psychologists and neuroscientists think they have better moral arguments. They&#39;re
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Books aren't for diversion, distraction, or even mere reading. They are for marking up. As a 16th-century writer put it: &ldquo;<strong>Using a book</strong>, not reading it, makes us wise&rdquo;

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<strong>Edna O'Brien</strong> has written often about love and beauty. In her new novel - maybe her last - she turns her attention toward evil&nbsp;

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Love, Reason, and Will: Kierkegaard After Frankfurt

2016.06.30 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Anthony Rudd and John Davenport (eds.), Love, Reason, and Will: Kierkegaard After Frankfurt, Bloomsbury, 2015, 290pp., $34.95
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Reism

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Philosophers and their religious practices: Part 22, Comparative Philosophy, the Unforced Moral Consensus, and the Charms of Expressive Theism

This is the twenty-second installment of a series of interviews I am conducting with academic philosophers about their religious practices. In this series of interviews, I ask philosophers about
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Anti-vaxxing, flat-Earthism, climate-change skepticism &mdash; the <strong>marketplace of ideas</strong> doesn&rsquo;t work. You can try to kill zombie ideas, but they just won&rsquo;t die

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<strong>Charlotte Bront&euml;</strong> was no lonely spinster. She had suitors. "You do not know me," she told one of them. "I am not the serious, grave, cool-headed individual you suppose"

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<strong>Anxieties about democracy</strong> &mdash; the electorate is an ignorant and fickle mob &mdash; are as old as democracy itself. Mary Beard on the problem with people power

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