We at PEA Soup are calling for short pieces (max 2000 words) of public philosophy for the new segment of our blog, The Pebble. Posts submitted should be accessibly written by philosophers and grapple with topics of broad, public concern in the area of politics, » …Read more
Welcome to this weekend’s discussion of Anthony Kelley‘s “The Welfare-Nihilist Arguments Against Judgement Subjectivism“. We encourage you to share your thoughts in the comments section.
We’re excited to announce an upcoming JESP discussion here at PEA Soup, which will take place this weekend (from March 5-7). The discussion will be on Anthony Kelley‘s excellent “The Welfare-Nihilist Arguments Against Judgement Subjectivism”. Wayne Sumner has kindly agreed to write a critical précis of the article, » …Read more
Happy Valentine’s Day, all! Nothing spells romance like public philosophy and especially public philosophy concerning whether one is entitled to their own opinion. In our latest entry, Peter Gildenhuys, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Lafayette College, administers some tough love and denies that we are. » …Read more
Good morning everybody! We at PEA Soup are happy to have another piece of public philosophy here at The Pebble. This entry is brought Dr. Scott Sehon, Professor of Philosophy at Bowdoin College. Is redistributing wealth theft? Professor Sehon discusses.
Good afternoon all! We at PEA Soup are happy to share another entry at The Pebble. Today’s post is brought to you by Dr. Alexandros Koliousis (currently Senior Lecturer in Computer Science at New College of the Humanities, London and program director of NCH’s MSc in Artificial Intelligence with a Human Face) and Dr. » …Read more