A rather belated plug for this book. The follow up is currently being edited.
A reminder: if you haven’t already done so, this special offer has only one week to run (July 21). In addition to the introduction, this issue comprises 10 papers (168 pages). Well worth the effort! Download here EPISTEME homepage
The abstracts for issue 4:3 of EPISTEME are now available. Apologies for not having them when the announcement was first made – a publisher glitch (to put is very politely).
Press release cum interview for The Bounds of Cognition, a book I have already heartily recommended. I’m pleased to say that the authors are contributing to a themed issue of the Journal of Mind and Behavior on the “extended mind” that I’m editing.
With the passing of Peter Lipton, who formulated and coined the term “inference to the best explanation“(IBE) I was reminded that I once “controversially” (at least to some, though not philosophers of history) deployed the term in a paper to do with the philosophy of history. When I spoke to Peter about it, he couldn’t see any…