<strong>Wonder Woman</strong> was introduced in 1941, the character's creator declaring that women should lead the world.&nbsp; But his own house was nothing like a matriarchy

Wonder Woman was introduced in 1941, the character&#39;s creator declaring that women should lead the world.&amp;nbsp; But his own house was nothing like a
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Wonder Woman was introduced in 1941, the character's creator declaring that women should lead the world.  But his own house was nothing like a matriarchy

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<strong>Wonder Woman</strong> was introduced in 1941, the character&amp;#146;s creator declaring that women should lead the world.&nbsp; But his own house was nothing like a matriarchy

Wonder Woman was introduced in 1941, the character&amp;amp;#146;s creator declaring that women should lead the world.&amp;nbsp; But his own house was nothing like a
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Wonder Woman was introduced in 1941, the character&#146;s creator declaring that women should lead the world.  But his own house was nothing like a matriarchy

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To force men into utopia is barbarism, said <strong>Irving Howe</strong>. But the image of utopia keeps imagination alive&nbsp;

To force men into utopia is barbarism, said Irving Howe. But the image of utopia keeps imagination
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To force men into utopia is barbarism, said Irving Howe. But the image of utopia keeps imagination alive 

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<strong>Politics and madness</strong>. The French Revolution in some ways invigorated the national mind. But for many participants joy tipped into delirium

Politics and madness. The French Revolution in some ways invigorated the national mind. But for many participants joy tipped into
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Politics and madness. The French Revolution in some ways invigorated the national mind. But for many participants joy tipped into delirium

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Final CFP: Buffalo Annual Experimental Philosophy Conference 2015

CFP: Buffalo Annual Experimental Philosophy Conference 2015 Submission deadline: Monday, June 1, 2015 Conference dates: Fri., Sept. 11 – Sat., Sept. 12, 2015 Conference Venue: Embassy Suites
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CFP: Buffalo Annual Experimental Philosophy Conference 2015Submission deadline: Monday, June 1, 2015Conference dates: Fri., Sept. 11 – Sat., Sept. 12, 2015Conference Venue: Embassy Suites Buffalo, 200 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, New York, 14202, United States, 716-842-1000. Click here to make a hotel reservation at the conference rate.Keynote Speaker:Thomas Nadelhoffer (College of Charleston)Prof. Nadelhoffer’s main areas of research include free will, moral psychology, neuroethics, and punishment theory.We invite submissions for paper or poster presentations on any topic pertaining to experimental philosophy. Submissions can report new experimental results or contribute to broader philosophical or methodological debates over existing or possible results. Both XPhi-friendly and XPhi-critical papers are welcomed. For paper submissions, we prefer to receive complete papers, but we will also accept extended abstracts. For poster submissions, please submit an extended abstract.Participants. . .

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In 1623 a London printer produced 750 copies of a 900-page collection of Shakespeare's plays. Centuries later the book became <strong>Henry Folger's white whale</strong>

In 1623 a London printer produced 750 copies of a 900-page collection of Shakespeare&#39;s plays. Centuries later the book became Henry Folger&#39;s white
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In 1623 a London printer produced 750 copies of a 900-page collection of Shakespeare's plays. Centuries later the book became Henry Folger's white whale

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Long Distance Wisdom

Rick Lewis on the joys of taking a philosophy degree from your
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Rick Lewis on the joys of taking a philosophy degree from your armchair.

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Allegory of the Living Room

Joe S. Kimbrough II wonders if our condition is better than that of Plato’s
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Joe S. Kimbrough II wonders if our condition is better than that of Plato’s prisoners.

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Thinking Straight About Curved Space

Raymond Tallis rules out a distorting physics
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Raymond Tallis rules out a distorting physics metaphor.

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Kant’s Politics in Context by Reidar Maliks

Matt Qvortrup puts Kant’s Politics in
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Matt Qvortrup puts Kant’s Politics in Context.

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