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What Are You Reading…On Hallucinations

Hallucinations are difficult to explain, given that they have no objectively verifiable cause in the way many of our other experiences do. There are...

Recently Published Book Spotlight: New Television

Martin Shuster teaches at Goucher College, in the Center for Geographies of Justice, and where he also directs the Judaic studies program. In addition...

What Are You Reading…On the Involuntary Celibate

The recent Toronto van attack seems to have been motivated by the Incel movement (short for “involuntary celibate”), though investigations are still ongoing and...

What Are You Reading…On the Philosophy of Place

Place is one of those experiences that can be difficult to conceptualize, as it often situates experiences but doesn’t become an object of experience...

Comment on “Action and Luminosity”

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Action and Luminosity

Editors note: Because of a major snowfall in Savannah, GA during the recent Eastern APA, the Blog of the APA will be hosting papers...

What Are You Reading…On Friedrich Nietzsche

Friedrich Nietzsche is a fascinating figure for many reasons. Unlike previous philosophers who sought a dispassionate and neutral stance, Nietzsche connects his life and...

An Unknown American Contribution to the German Pessimism Controversy: Amalie J. Hathaway’s ‘Schopenhauer’

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What Are You Reading…On Ecology

Ecology as a field overlaps with pretty much every other field of study, sometimes directly, other times indirectly. As the field that looks at...

Early Career Research Spotlight: James Bahoh

James Bahoh is a VolkswagenStiftung and Mellon Foundation Postdoc Fellow at the University of Bonn’s International Centre for Philosophy. He received his PhD from...