Philosophy is a lot of things, but it’s also mostly talking. Think of the paradigm case: Socrates and the corrupted youth, all in togas, dust hanging in the air, the sun in their eyes. They’re not meditating. There are no test tubes. They might be drinking tea, gesturing, shaking their heads, furrowing their brows, but […]
diversity in philosophy
Zahra Thani argues that every philosophy class should combat exclusionary practices.
Simon Fokt describes the thinking behind the Diversity Reading List
Diversify the discipline
Helen Beebee looks back on the last ten years.
Rochelle DuFord considers the options.
Shen-yi Liao ponders the answers, and the questions.