Faculty position in Philosophy

Job List:  Asia/Africa/Australasia Name of institution:  American University of
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Pankaj Mishra: &ldquo;Longing for the ancien r&eacute;gime increasingly defines the <strong>Atlantic seaboard&rsquo;s pundits</strong> as much as it does the fine people defending the honour of Robert E. Lee&rdquo;

Pankaj Mishra: &amp;ldquo;Longing for the ancien r&amp;eacute;gime increasingly defines the Atlantic seaboard&amp;rsquo;s pundits as much as it does the fine people defending the honour of Robert E.
Pankaj Mishra: “Longing for the ancien régime increasingly defines the Atlantic seaboard’s pundits as much as it does the fine people defending the honour of Robert E. [More]

Books by <strong>Charles Darwin</strong> number 25. Books about Darwin number 7,500, with 160 more titles each year. Is there anything new to say on the subject? Yes

Books by Charles Darwin number 25. Books about Darwin number 7,500, with 160 more titles each year. Is there anything new to say on the subject?
Books by Charles Darwin number 25. Books about Darwin number 7,500, with 160 more titles each year. Is there anything new to say on the subject? [More]

<strong>Amis at 70</strong>. Once young and belligerent, now a domesticated elder statesman hoping that his daughter won't opt for college in California

Amis at 70. Once young and belligerent, now a domesticated elder statesman hoping that his daughter won&#39;t opt for college in
Amis at 70. Once young and belligerent, now a domesticated elder statesman hoping that his daughter won't opt for college in [More]

Inclusive Ethics: Extending Beneficence and Egalitarian Justice

2017.09.16 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Ingmar Persson, Inclusive Ethics: Extending Beneficence and Egalitarian Justice, Oxford University Press, 2017, 288 pp., $70.00
2017.09.16 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Ingmar Persson, Inclusive Ethics: Extending Beneficence and Egalitarian Justice, Oxford University Press, 2017, 288 pp., $70.00 [More]

Arguments for Incompatibilism

[Revised entry by Kadri Vihvelin on September 18, 2017. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] We believe that we have free will and this belief is so firmly entrenched in our daily lives that it is
[Revised entry by Kadri Vihvelin on September 18, 2017. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] We believe that we have free will and this belief is so firmly entrenched in our daily lives that it is [More]

Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics Fellow-in-Residence

Job List:&amp;nbsp; Americas Name of institution:&amp;nbsp; Harvard University
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Lecturer-Department of Philosophy

Job List:&amp;nbsp; Americas Name of institution:&amp;nbsp; Case Western Reserve
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The idea of "<strong>white people</strong>" has a history, but it&rsquo;s a short one. It was invented on October 19, 1613, the brainchild of the Jacobean playwright Thomas Middleton

The idea of &quot;white people&quot; has a history, but it&amp;rsquo;s a short one. It was invented on October 19, 1613, the brainchild of the Jacobean playwright Thomas
The idea of "white people" has a history, but it’s a short one. It was invented on October 19, 1613, the brainchild of the Jacobean playwright Thomas [More]

<strong>A.E. Housman</strong>'s work is suffused with the pain of life, and the beauty of that pain. Yet his emotional armor was heavy. How to explain the gulf between poet and poetry?

A.E. Housman&#39;s work is suffused with the pain of life, and the beauty of that pain. Yet his emotional armor was heavy. How to explain the gulf between poet and
A.E. Housman's work is suffused with the pain of life, and the beauty of that pain. Yet his emotional armor was heavy. How to explain the gulf between poet and [More]