Shared Agency

[Revised entry by Abraham Sesshu Roth on May 1, 2017. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography, notes.html] Sometimes individuals act together, and sometimes they act independently of one another. It's
[Revised entry by Abraham Sesshu Roth on May 1, 2017. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography, notes.html] Sometimes individuals act together, and sometimes they act independently of one another. It's [More]

Defeasible Reasoning

[Revised entry by Robert Koons on May 1, 2017. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] Reasoning is defeasible when the corresponding argument is rationally compelling but not deductively valid. The
[Revised entry by Robert Koons on May 1, 2017. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] Reasoning is defeasible when the corresponding argument is rationally compelling but not deductively valid. The [More]

He conducted without a baton, his hair flopping on his large face. <strong>Leonard Bernstein</strong> was a star, and that made him suspect

He conducted without a baton, his hair flopping on his large face. Leonard Bernstein was a star, and that made him
He conducted without a baton, his hair flopping on his large face. Leonard Bernstein was a star, and that made him [More]

Aristotelian Interpretations

2017.04.22 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Fran O&#39;Rourke, Aristotelian Interpretations, Irish Academic Press, 2016, 366pp., $32.69 (hbk), ISBN 9781911024231. Reviewed
2017.04.22 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Fran O'Rourke, Aristotelian Interpretations, Irish Academic Press, 2016, 366pp., $32.69 (hbk), ISBN 9781911024231. Reviewed [More]

<strong>Science</strong> succeeds because it's evidence-based, which has built public trust. That's now at risk, for reasons technical and cultural

Science succeeds because it&#39;s evidence-based, which has built public trust. That&#39;s now at risk, for reasons technical and
Science succeeds because it's evidence-based, which has built public trust. That's now at risk, for reasons technical and [More]

Ever get the feeling that tech companies took your <strong>solitude</strong> and monetized it? They have. We've forgotten the value of being alone

Ever get the feeling that tech companies took your solitude and monetized it? They have. We&#39;ve forgotten the value of being
Ever get the feeling that tech companies took your solitude and monetized it? They have. We've forgotten the value of being [More]

He conducted without a baton, his hair flopping on his large face. <strong>Leonard Bernstein</strong> was a star -- and that made him suspect&nbsp;

He conducted without a baton, his hair flopping on his large face. Leonard Bernstein was a star -- and that made him
He conducted without a baton, his hair flopping on his large face. Leonard Bernstein was a star -- and that made him [More]

CFP: Knowledge and Justification: New Perspectives (Special Issue of Synthese)

Guest Editor: Rodrigo Borges, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul, PUCRS. Special Issue Description: This special issue aims at updating the philosophical scholarship on knowledge
Guest Editor: Rodrigo Borges, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul, PUCRS. Special Issue Description: This special issue aims at updating the philosophical scholarship on knowledge [More]

<strong>George Steiner</strong> grew up trilingual, soaked in high culture. Few critics or scholars have been as wide-ranging or provocative. He is the last of the great elitists

George Steiner grew up trilingual, soaked in high culture. Few critics or scholars have been as wide-ranging or provocative. He is the last of the great
George Steiner grew up trilingual, soaked in high culture. Few critics or scholars have been as wide-ranging or provocative. He is the last of the great [More]

<strong>Hemingway</strong>, the spartan minimalist, and <strong>Dos Passos</strong>, the cinematic maximalist, became friends in 1923. They parted as enemies at a train station in 1937

Hemingway, the spartan minimalist, and Dos Passos, the cinematic maximalist, became friends in 1923. They parted as enemies at a train station in
Hemingway, the spartan minimalist, and Dos Passos, the cinematic maximalist, became friends in 1923. They parted as enemies at a train station in [More]