A recent paper from Journal of the Philosophy of History. Alasdair MacIntyrecomplexityEpistemologyExtended MindHannah ArendtMichael OakeshottPhilosophyPhilosophy of historySocial SciencesSpontaneous orderTradition
At last PSUP have published the contents. ConversationMichael OakeshottNoel MalcolmOakeshottPaul FrancoPhilosophyPolitical philosophyThomas Hobbes
Hat-tip to my chum David Livingstone Smith for bringing my attention to this article in Slate. genderneurosciencesex
Here’s a recent co-authored book from Christian List. CL is probably the leading theorist in this area and one of the best philosophers around who, not so long ago, was not affiliated with a philosophy department (I see that he now has a joint appointment with the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method). How…
A fascinating talk by (ontology kingpin) Barry Smith entitled “John Searle and Hernando de Soto: The Mystery of Capital and the Construction of Social Reality.“
With today’s release of the film The Social Network some might be interested in a recent academic study published in Computers in Human Behavior.
In today’s Boston Globe Mickey Edwards reviews Cass Sunstein’s latest book A Constitution of Many Minds. Though I haven’t read the book, Edwards’ rather snippy and ill-informed review calls for some comments. ***************** If “A Constitution of Many Minds” reveals anything, it is that its author may teach about constitutionalism but he is at heart…