Epistemology in Chinese Philosophy

[New Entry by Jana Rošker on September 26, 2014.] In current research, the debate on the epistemological dimensions of Chinese texts and their role in the context of Chinese thought has been
[New Entry by Jana Rošker on September 26, 2014.] In current research, the debate on the epistemological dimensions of Chinese texts and their role in the context of Chinese thought has been [More]

Where QALYs Go Wrong

My paper 'Against "Saving Lives": Equal Concern and Differential Impact' defends the use of QALYs (Quality-Adjusted Life Years) in medical resource allocation against several traditional objections.
My paper 'Against "Saving Lives": Equal Concern and Differential Impact' defends the use of QALYs (Quality-Adjusted Life Years) in medical resource allocation against several traditional objections. [More]

Gerry’s Paradox

Frank O’Carroll tells of an athlete who had a run-in with
Frank O’Carroll tells of an athlete who had a run-in with [More]

Johann Gottlieb Fichte (1762-1814)

Matt Qvortrup on the cosmopolitan idealist who became the misunderstood father of German
Matt Qvortrup on the cosmopolitan idealist who became the misunderstood father of German [More]

Reflections on the Death of Celluloid

Thomas Wartenberg looks at philosophy literally on
Thomas Wartenberg looks at philosophy literally on [More]

Philosophy and the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, edited by Nicholas Joll

Massimo Pigliucci finds his way around Philosophy and the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the
Massimo Pigliucci finds his way around Philosophy and the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the [More]

Obscurantism & The Language of Excess

Siobhan Lyons tries not to use either to explain what and why they
Siobhan Lyons tries not to use either to explain what and why they [More]