Sources of Knowledge: On the Concept of a Rational Capacity for Knowledge

2017.05.23 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Andrea Kern, Sources of Knowledge: On the Concept of a Rational Capacity for Knowledge, Daniel Smyth (tr.), Harvard University
2017.05.23 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Andrea Kern, Sources of Knowledge: On the Concept of a Rational Capacity for Knowledge, Daniel Smyth (tr.), Harvard University [More]

2017 Sumer School: Global Bioethics, Human Rights & Public Policy

Conference Name: 2017 Sumer School: Global Bioethics, Human Rights & Public Policy Conference Date: June 19–30, 2017 Submission Deadline: June 15, 2017 Location: Pace University, College of
Conference Name: 2017 Sumer School: Global Bioethics, Human Rights & Public Policy Conference Date: June 19–30, 2017 Submission Deadline: June 15, 2017 Location: Pace University, College of [More]

David Hartley

[Revised entry by Richard Allen on May 23, 2017. Changes to: Bibliography] David Hartley (1705 - 57) is the author of Observations on Man, his Frame, his Duty, and his Expectations (1749) - a
[Revised entry by Richard Allen on May 23, 2017. Changes to: Bibliography] David Hartley (1705 - 57) is the author of Observations on Man, his Frame, his Duty, and his Expectations (1749) - a [More]

Assistant Director

Job List:  Europe Name of institution:  APRA Foundation Berlin
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Africana Philosophy

[Revised entry by Lucius T. Outlaw Jr. on May 23, 2017. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] "Africana philosophy" is the name for an emergent and still developing field of ideas and idea-spaces,
[Revised entry by Lucius T. Outlaw Jr. on May 23, 2017. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] "Africana philosophy" is the name for an emergent and still developing field of ideas and idea-spaces, [More]

For modern interpreters, <strong>Greek tragedy</strong> boils down to lessons of power &mdash; how to get and keep it. And sexual politics, of course

For modern interpreters, Greek tragedy boils down to lessons of power &amp;mdash; how to get and keep it. And sexual politics, of
For modern interpreters, Greek tragedy boils down to lessons of power — how to get and keep it. And sexual politics, of [More]

<strong>Diana Trilling</strong> was key to her husband's literary success. But did it come at the expense of her own? &ldquo;People will celebrate one member of a household but not two&rdquo;

Diana Trilling was key to her husband&#39;s literary success. But did it come at the expense of her own? &amp;ldquo;People will celebrate one member of a household but not
Diana Trilling was key to her husband's literary success. But did it come at the expense of her own? “People will celebrate one member of a household but not [More]

Is <strong>intersectionality</strong> solving social ills? Or does it make us stupid? The academic theory, once obscure, is now everywhere

Is intersectionality solving social ills? Or does it make us stupid? The academic theory, once obscure, is now
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Responding to Global Poverty: Harm, Responsibility, and Agency

2017.05.22 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Christian Barry and Gerhard &#216;verland, Responding to Global Poverty: Harm, Responsibility, and Agency, Cambridge University Press,
2017.05.22 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Christian Barry and Gerhard Øverland, Responding to Global Poverty: Harm, Responsibility, and Agency, Cambridge University Press, [More]

The illegitimate open-mindedness of arithmetic

We are often told that we should be open-minded. In other words, we should be open to the idea that even our most cherished, most certain, most secure, most well-justified beliefs might be wrong.
We are often told that we should be open-minded. In other words, we should be open to the idea that even our most cherished, most certain, most secure, most well-justified beliefs might be wrong. [More]