All Thoughts Are Equal: Laruelle and Nonhuman Philosophy

2017.02.02 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews John Ó Maoilearca, All Thoughts Are Equal: Laruelle and Nonhuman Philosophy, University of Minnesota Press, 2015, 375pp., $30.00
2017.02.02 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews John Ó Maoilearca, All Thoughts Are Equal: Laruelle and Nonhuman Philosophy, University of Minnesota Press, 2015, 375pp., $30.00 [More]

In Defense of Conciliar Christology: A Philosophical Essay

2017.02.02 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Timothy Pawl, In Defense of Conciliar Christology: A Philosophical Essay, Oxford University Press, 2016, 251pp., $110.00 (hbk),
2017.02.02 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Timothy Pawl, In Defense of Conciliar Christology: A Philosophical Essay, Oxford University Press, 2016, 251pp., $110.00 (hbk), [More]

Philosopher of the month: Friedrich Nietzsche

This February, the OUP Philosophy team honors Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (1844-1900) as their Philosopher of the Month. The post Philosopher of the month: Friedrich Nietzsche appeared first on
This February, the OUP Philosophy team honors Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (1844-1900) as their Philosopher of the Month. The post Philosopher of the month: Friedrich Nietzsche appeared first on [More]

<strong>The aquatic Kafka. </strong> His journal entry for August 2, 1914 reads: &ldquo;Germany has declared war on Russia &mdash; went swimming in the afternoon.&rdquo; Was this merely self-absorption?

The aquatic Kafka. His journal entry for August 2, 1914 reads: &amp;ldquo;Germany has declared war on Russia &amp;mdash; went swimming in the afternoon.&amp;rdquo; Was this merely
The aquatic Kafka. His journal entry for August 2, 1914 reads: “Germany has declared war on Russia — went swimming in the afternoon.” Was this merely [More]

Freud and Bacon. Matisse and Picasso. Degas and Manet. Pollock and de Kooning. <strong>Friendship between artists</strong> is marked by the longing to be close and the need to stand apart

Freud and Bacon. Matisse and Picasso. Degas and Manet. Pollock and de Kooning. Friendship between artists is marked by the longing to be close and the need to stand
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Can polyamorous relationships be made boring and respectable? Carrie Jenkins makes a philosophical <strong>case for multiple loves</strong>

Can polyamorous relationships be made boring and respectable? Carrie Jenkins makes a philosophical case for multiple
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Replacing Scalia

After Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died, the Republicans claimed Obama did not have the right to appoint a replacement and that this should be left to the next President.&#160; The basis for this
After Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died, the Republicans claimed Obama did not have the right to appoint a replacement and that this should be left to the next President.  The basis for this [More]

Etymology gleanings for January 2017

One of the queries I received was about the words dimple, dump, dumps, and a few others sounding like them. This is a most confusing group, the main reason being the words’ late attestation (usually
One of the queries I received was about the words dimple, dump, dumps, and a few others sounding like them. This is a most confusing group, the main reason being the words’ late attestation (usually [More]

Instructor of Philosophy, Non-tenure Track

Job List:&amp;nbsp; Americas Name of institution:&amp;nbsp; Suffolk University
Job List:  Americas Name of institution:  Suffolk University [More]

Coherentist Theories of Epistemic Justification

[Revised entry by Erik Olsson on February 3, 2017. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] According to the coherence theory of justification, also known as coherentism, a belief or set of beliefs is
[Revised entry by Erik Olsson on February 3, 2017. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] According to the coherence theory of justification, also known as coherentism, a belief or set of beliefs is [More]