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Fichte’s Ethical Thought at Central APA

In an 'Author Meets Critics' session, author Allen Wood of Indiana University Bloomington met with critics Owen Ware and Douglas Moggach to discuss his book Fichte’s Ethical Thought (Oxford University...
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How Teaching Should Matter

by Steven M. Cahn Like other academics, philosophers pay lip service to the importance of teaching, but as a recent report published in Teaching Philosophy...
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Journal of the APA receives PROSE Award

The American Philosophical Association and Cambridge University Press are pleased to announce that the Journal of the American Philosophical Association has been selected as...

Limited Access: 2016 Eastern APA Dewey Lecture

One thing we are hoping to do with the APA blog is to enable people who are not able to attend APA sessions in person...

Limited Access: 2016 Eastern APA Presidential Address

One thing we are hoping to do with the APA blog is to enable people who are not able to attend APA sessions in person...

Welcome to Our New Copy Editor

Happy Holidays, blog readers. I am pleased to offer a (belated) welcome to Michaela Maxwell as the new copy editor for the blog of the...
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Socrates On Flatbush Avenue: Reflections on the LIU-Brooklyn Faculty Lockout

by Margaret Cuonzo On September 3, 2016, three days before a proposed contract was to be put to a vote, the unionized faculty of LIU-Brooklyn was...
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The Inclusion Problem in Epistemology: The Case of the Gettier Cases (3 of 3)

Post Three of Three (Post 1 / Post 2) by Anand Jayprakash Vaidya Shaw’s Nyāya and Mou’s Mohism are contemporary theories of epistemology deriving from historical...

The Inclusion Problem in Epistemology: The Case of the Gettier Cases (2 of 3)

Post Two of Three (Post 1) The contemporary engagement with Gettier’s counterexamples builds off of Gettier’s actual discussion. So, it will be useful to rehearse...

What Are You Reading? (May 16-22)

I have enjoyed writing about my reading lists on the blog, but I'd like to open up the "What Are You Reading?" column to...