Diversity and Inclusiveness

Pitted Against Yourself: Credibility and False Confessions

by Jennifer Lackey For the past eight months, I’ve been teaching courses at a maximum-security men’s prison in a suburb of Chicago. One of the many...

Whose Philosophy Lost its Way? (Post 3 of 3)

by Anand Jayprakash Vaidya As controversial as Shaw’s account might be, we might ask: how does it square with the debate between Frodeman & Briggle...

Whose Philosophy Lost Its Way? (Post 2 of 3)

by Anand Jayprakash Vaidya So what happens when we look at the debate about philosophy’s proper home, as presented by Frodeman & Briggle and Soames,...

Whose Philosophy Lost Its Way? (Post 1 of 3)

by Anand Jayprakash Vaidya In the past 15 years, academic philosophers have engaged in a tremendous amount of navel-gazing about their discipline and its value....

Filling the Gaps: Expanding the Canon in the History of Philosophy

by Peter Adamson For the last five years or so, I’ve been putting out a weekly podcast devoted to the entire History of Philosophy, with...

The Inclusion Problem in Critical Thinking: The Case of Indian Philosophy

by Anand Jayprakash Vaidya The Problem  For many, if not most, philosophy departments, the bread-and-butter courses they offer include the history of philosophy, ethics, and critical thinking....

Gender Is the Philosophical Issue of Our Age

by Jennifer Hockenbery Dragseth Today’s public is engaged in conversations about gender. Facebook, Twitter, and coffee-shop conversations abound on the role of gender…in presidential politics, in The...

APA Provides Grants to Ten Projects for 2015–2016

Congratulations to the APA grant winners for 2015–2016!  The list of eight small and two diversity and inclusiveness grants that have been awarded (as per the APA...

The Inclusion Problem in the Philosophy of Mind: Questions and Responses

In posts yesterday and today, Professor Anand Vaidya, Director of the Center for Comparative Philosophy, uses the example of philosophy of mind to address...

The Inclusion Problem in the Philosophy of Mind: The Case of Dualism

In posts today and tomorrow, Professor Anand Vaidya uses the example of philosophy of mind to address the issue of diversifying our course syllabi....