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Links 1 through 10 of 91 by Richard Chappell tagged PhilosophyEtc+philosophy

Peter Levine has a very interesting post on opportunities and outcomes in education, arguing that we should focus more on the former. ...

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Then join the growing movement of academics, economists, and social activists advocating the institution of an Unconditional Basic Income (UBI) paid to every citizen without exception...

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I propose that we treat individual possible worlds or scenarios as (metaphysically and epistemically) fundamental. Doing so has interesting implications in either case...

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Dom Eggert writes: "the likelihood that life will arise in this universe does not change..."

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Three of the AAP talks I went to were about taking philosophy beyond the ivory tower....

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Frances Kamm gave a keynote talk on terrorism for last week's AAP conference, continued in yesterday's CAPPE seminar. She distinguished the conceptual...

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I recently argued that property is a contingent human institution, so we should consider the various possible implementations and pick the best one...

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We all have an intuitive grasp of what it is for entities to exist. My parents exist whereas Santa doesn't, and all that. But what of abstract objects? ...

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[A draft of my latest essay, minus the footnotes. Comments/suggestions welcome!]

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One of the most fundamental questions of philosophy -- and perhaps the fundamental question in meta-ethics -- is that of how normativity ("ought"-ness) fits into the natural order...

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