Does Philosophy Get Out of Date?

Mary Midgley says philosophy is about understanding the context and about understanding how we came to be where we
Mary Midgley says philosophy is about understanding the context and about understanding how we came to be where we [More]

Climate of Disbelief

Paul Biegler asks whether the way we form our beliefs means we’re hardwired to succumb to global
Paul Biegler asks whether the way we form our beliefs means we’re hardwired to succumb to global [More]

“The world is all that is the case”

José Zalabardo investigates which problem Wittgenstein is trying to
José Zalabardo investigates which problem Wittgenstein is trying to [More]

The Tractatus… is it so intractable?

Carlos Muñoz-Suárez guides us on a trip down the linguistic rabbit
Carlos Muñoz-Suárez guides us on a trip down the linguistic rabbit [More]

Wittgenstein,Tolstoy and the Folly of Logical Positivism

Stuart Greenstreet explains how analytical philosophy got into a
Stuart Greenstreet explains how analytical philosophy got into a [More]

News: July/August 2014

David Armstrong Dies • Kindergarten Ethics Lessons • Stephen Hawking warns of Artificial Intelligence dangers — News reports by Sue Roberts and Anja
David Armstrong Dies • Kindergarten Ethics Lessons • Stephen Hawking warns of Artificial Intelligence dangers — News reports by Sue Roberts and Anja [More]

Consciousness and Perceptual Experience: An Ecological and Phenomenological Approach

2014.07.28 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Thomas Natsoulas, Consciousness and Perceptual Experience: An Ecological and Phenomenological Approach, Cambridge University
2014.07.28 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Thomas Natsoulas, Consciousness and Perceptual Experience: An Ecological and Phenomenological Approach, Cambridge University [More]

The Language Hoax

Humanity is diverse, and it’s appealing to think that each language provides its own lens on the world. Not so, but the myth persists…
Humanity is diverse, and it’s appealing to think that each language provides its own lens on the world. Not so, but the myth persists… [More]

No Ivy League, please!

Bill Deresiewicz hears from a lot of young people. They want advice on how to avoid becoming anxious, depressed, and aimless. He tells them to avoid the Ivy League…
Bill Deresiewicz hears from a lot of young people. They want advice on how to avoid becoming anxious, depressed, and aimless. He tells them to avoid the Ivy League… [More]