Improvising Improvisation: From Out of Philosophy, Music, Dance, and Literature

2017.10.25 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Gary Peters, Improvising Improvisation: From Out of Philosophy, Music, Dance, and Literature, University of Chicago Press, 2017,
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Hannah Arendt and the source of human values

Hannah Arendt was a literary intellectual, defined by Thomas Pynchon as, “people who read and think.” Like Socrates, Hannah Arendt thought and went where thought took her. Arendt’s thinking led her
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John Rawls called it "the best of all games"; Mark Kingwell calls it "the most philosophical of games." What is it about <strong>baseball and philosophy</strong>?

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Luisa Casati lived with albino blackbirds, a cheetah, and a life-size wax replica of herself. What can she teach us about the <strong>nature of bohemianism</strong>?

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Paradise Understood: New Philosophical Essays about Heaven

2017.10.24 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews T. Ryan Byerly and Eric J. Silverman, (eds.), Paradise Understood: New Philosophical Essays about Heaven, Oxford University
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<em>Kirkus</em>, one of the country&rsquo;s most prolific book reviews, has managed to misapprehend both the <strong>nature of reviewing</strong> and the nature of books

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Free Speech & White Supremacists: The Principle of Harm

In October, 2017 white supremacist Richard Spencer gave an uninvited speech in my adopted state of Florida on the campus of the University of Florida. As happened at the Charlottesville, Virginia
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Feminist Philosophy of Law

[Revised entry by Leslie Francis and Patricia Smith on October 24, 2017. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] Feminist philosophy of law identifies the pervasive influence of patriarchy and
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Public Reason

[Revised entry by Jonathan Quong on October 24, 2017. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] Public reason requires that the moral or political rules that regulate our common life be, in some sense,
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Young Epistemologist Prize 2019

Submissions for the Young Epistemologist Prize 2019 are due 10 November 2018. To be eligible for the Young Epistemologist Prize, you must have a Ph.D. by the time of the submission of the paper but
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