Another commentary piece by McGinn from the NYT: I have a bold proposal: Let us drop the name “philosophy” for the discipline so called and replace it with a new one. The present name is obsolete, misleading and harmful — long past its expiration date.
Simon Critchley in The New York Times. See Leiter’s critical take on Critchley.
Here’s an article from the New York Times The brain, as it traverses middle age, gets better at recognizing the central idea, the big picture. If kept in good shape, the brain can continue to build pathways that help its owner recognize patterns and, as a consequence, see significance and even solutions much faster than…
The Roger Koppl story that I’ve been plugging for a few months has been picked up by the New York Times.