E.M. Dadlez offers food for thought
Olli Lagerspetz argues that the answer can shed light on deep metaphysical concepts.
Katharine Jenkins reviews Categories We Live By: the Construction of Sex, Gender, Race, and Other Social Categories (Studies in Feminist Philosophy) by Ásta.
Jonathan Jenkins Ichikawa reviews Rape and Resistance, by Linda Martín Alcoff.
Owen Flanagan and Gregg D. Caruso on a new search for meaning.
Spoiler Alert: No, says Alfred Mele
Constantine Sandis and Aryeh Younger on blockchain conveyances.
Michael Root reviews Rethinking Race: The Case for Deflationary Realism, by Michael Hardimon.
Lisa Tessman reflects on those who have morally failed in a unique way.
In academia, it’s commonly said that race isn’t real. Blacks aren’t a different group from whites, Asians aren’t a different group from indigenous Australians. But out in “the real world” race is still as real as can be. There are too many blacks in prisons, too many being shot by police, too few black political […]
Barry C. Smith argues for a collaborative approach