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Blogs and Podcasts
- A Philosopher's Take
to foster an intellectual web discussion by raising concerns and posing questions that come about while researching in the general areas of Bioethics, Ethics, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Science, Epistemology, Politics, and Philosophy of Law.
- American Pre-College Philosophy
This blog is for philosophers, teachers who'd like to learn to teach American pre-college philosophy, interested students, and friends. It is also an American IPO source site.
Political philosophy blog
- Business Ethics Blog
This blog is about business ethics, broadly understood, featuring news and commentary about corporate ethics.
A group blog that provides a platform for leading philosophers in Australia to have a voice that speaks directly to the general public and to apply philosophical thinking to contemporary issues in the media.
- Daily Nous
Daily Nous is a source for information about the philosophy profession.
- Disabled Philosophers
A blog founded to raise awareness of disability issues within philosophy and the existence of philosophers with disabilities.
- Discrimination and Disadvantage
This blog is a space for philosophical reflection on various kinds of disadvantage (e.g., discrimination based on racism, classism, sexism, hetero-sexism, ableism, and the intersectionality of these and related phenomena) as well as discussion of such disadvantage within the philosophical community. - See more at: http://philosophycommons.typepad.com/disability_and_disadvanta/#sthash.nL9eAfzT.dpuf
- Feminist Philosophers
One of the goals of this blog is to help feminist philosophers keep up with philosophically relevant facts and examples.
- Go Philosophy Blog
The Go Philosophy Blog is a part of the Geography of Philosophy Project research collaboration taking place in nine regions internationally. The interdisciplinary project studies themes of knowledge, wisdom, and understanding, and the blog is written by the project's postdoctoral research fellows, associates, and PIs: Edouard Machery, Stephen Stich, and Clark Barrett.
- Grand Theories
Grand Theories is a monthly podcast that tells stories about ambitious, emerging yet obscure ideas from philosophy and science. Our aim is to shine a light on these mind-bending concepts in a way that anyone can enjoy. No background in philosophy or science needed. Available on all major platforms. Transcriptions available on YouTube.
- Hi-Phi Nation
Hi-Phi Nation is a story and sound-driven show about philosophy.
- In Socrates' Wake
A blog about teaching philosophy.
- Indian Philosophy Blog
A group blog of scholars exploring Indian philosophy
- Leiter Reports
News and views about philosophy, the academic profession, academic freedom, intellectual culture...and a bit of poetry.
- New APPS: Art, Politics, Philosophy, Science
A group blog covering a variety of topics in philosophy and other fields.
- New Books Network: New Books in Philosophy
The New Books Network is a consortium of podcasts dedicated to raising the level of public discourse by introducing serious authors to serious audiences.
- No Free Will Network: Free Will is False
A network of free will skeptics who work together to inform the public that free will is bogus and the recognition of this truth of reality is an important step in the formation of a more honest, rational, and compassionate global society.
- Ordinary Philosophy
Ordinary Philosophy is dedicated to philosophy in the public square and the history of ideas that change the world. We believe that philosophy is an eminently useful endeavor as well as a fascinating and beautiful one, and that citizen philosophers and academic philosophers alike share in making it so.
- Oxford University Press Philosophy Blog
The Oxford University Press philosophy blog provides a wide range of philosophy posts from OUP authors and staff members.
- Ph.D. Placement Project
The Chronicle of Higher Education's effort to gather data on job-placement rates in doctoral programs.
- Philosophers in Paradise
A blog devoted to the philosophical works of David K. Lewis.
- Philosophical Percolations
A blog that covers a variety of philosophical issues.
- Philosophical Profiles
Philosophical Profiles is a series of interviews with distinguished and influential philosophers working on a range of issues of interdisciplinary interest. Each philosopher discusses his or her particular area of focus and how he or she became interested in that area in a way that should be accessible to a general audience.
- Philosophical Spaces
This blog considers how to make the climate in philosophy departments and other professional spaces more hospitable.
- Philosophize This!
A podcast on the history of philosophy.
- Philosophy Bakes Bread podcast
Philosophy Bakes Bread is a production of the Society of Philosophers in America (SOPHIA) and is intended to showcase the public importance of philosophy, both for our everyday lives and for leadership in the policy world.
- Philosophy Bites
Podcasts of top philosophers interviewed on bite-sized topics.
- Philosophy in Action: Rational Principles for Real Life
Philosophy in Action Radio broadcasts live over the internet on Sunday mornings and most Wednesday evenings. On Sunday mornings, I answer questions applying rational principles to the challenges of real life in a live hour-long show. Greg Perkins of Objectivist Answers co-hosts the show. On Wednesday evenings, I interview an expert guest about a topic of interest.
- Philosophy Matters
A blog about philosophy and "the good life."
- Philosophy News
Get the latest in news and events about philosophy from around the world as well as original essays.
- Philosophy Smoker
Professional philosophy issues for ABDs, recent Ph.Ds, and the non-tenured.
- Philosophy Talk
The Philosophy Talk podcast celebrates the value of the examined life. Each week, our two host philosophers invite you to join them in conversation on a wide variety of issues ranging from popular culture to our most deeply-held beliefs about science, morality, and the human condition.
- Philosophy TV
A video website devoted to philosophical thinking
- Philosophy, et cetera
A blog by Richard Chappell containing thoughts on academic philosophy.
Philospot is a dynamic community for philosophers, scientists and writers to discuss their work, interests and observations.
This blog is dedicated to news about and of interest to professional philosophers, including philosophy and philosophers in the broader world, recent hires, etc.
- Public Reason
Public Reason is a blog for political philosophers and theorists. The purpose of the blog is to create an open forum for the academic political philosophy and theory community.
- Rabbi Dr. George N. Schlesinger: A Tribute to His Life and Work
Here you will find information about the life and work of Rabbi Dr. George N Schlesinger. There are articles written by Dr. Schlesinger. There are links to books written by Dr. Schlesinger. And there are photographs of Dr. Schlesinger and his family, as well as other information.
- Rationally Speaking Podcast
Hosts Massimo Pigliucci and Julia Galef explore the borderlands between reason and nonsense, likely and unlikely, science and pseudoscience.
- Science Visions
Philosophy of Science Association Women's Caucus Blog
- The Philosophers' Cocoon
A safe and supportive forum for early-career philosophers.
- The Pluralist's Guide to Philosophy Programs
A survey of expert opinion on the best places to study select sub-fields of philosophy.
- The Second Shift: Academic Feminism After Hours
A group of thinkers working to bring academic feminist analysis into conversation with politics and pop culture.
- The Stone
The New York Times' The Stone features the writing of contemporary philosophers on issues both timely and timeless.
- What Is It Like to Be a Philosopher?
A website featuring in-depth autobiographical interviews with professional philosophers.
- What is it like to be a woman in philosophy?
This blog is devoted to short observations (generally fewer than 300 words) sent in by readers, about life as a woman in philosophy.
- What We're Doing About What It's Like: Making Things Better for Women in Philosophy
This blog is a sister-blog to What is it Like to Be a Woman in Philosophy?. (Both are initiatives of the Women in Philosophy Task Force.) It’s devoted exclusively to discussions—anonymous or not—of what individuals and institutions are doing in response to problems for women in philosophy.
- Wireless Philosophy
Wi-Phi introduces people to the practice of philosophy by making videos that are freely available in a form that is entertaining and accessible to people with no background in the subject.