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/r/philosophy/

  • /r/philosophy Open Discussion Thread | April 23, 2018 /u/AutoModerator
  • The 'Principle of Charity' is the idea that when you compose a critical commentary of someone else's argument, you should criticize the best possible interpretation of that argument, in order to encourage a constructive dialogue. /u/randomusefulbits
  • The rise and fall and rise of logic – The answers from philosophy and mathematics as to the purpose of logic define human knowledge /u/completely-ineffable
  • “Construction Area (No Hard Hat Required)” Professor Karen Bennett, Cornell University /u/sensible_knave
  • Wittgenstein and Music /u/worldfusionwisdom
  • Podcast: What is political thought, and what is 'the political' a conversation with Oxford Professor Michael Freeden. /u/PollPhilPod
  • "The price of a humanity that actually grows and changes is death." /u/BothansInDisguise
  • The Erotics of Mentorship /u/Ned_Fichy
  • John Stuart Mill on the origin of feelings of injustice /u/UnderstandingPlato
  • The Ethics of Incest (why incest is not immoral) /u/lovehazel
  • The Philosophy of Music (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy) /u/PokemonMasterX
  • [Blog] Living The "Good Life": On Possessions /u/TheModernPhilosopher
  • Freedom and Hostile Design: the Hi-Phi Nation podcast on the philosophy of 'awesomeness' and the fight between street artists and city planners /u/ADefiniteDescription
  • For Kant's Birthday, Let's 'Revisit the Noumenon' /u/epochemagazine
  • Brentano's Mind, Frege Sense | interview with Mark Textor on the history of analytic philosophy /u/ADefiniteDescription
  • Why Throwing 92 Heads in a Row Is Not Surprising | winner of the Sanders Public Philosophy Award /u/ADefiniteDescription
  • Life Is Not Fair /u/IdeasInHat
  • Podcast: 'Daniel Dennett on Philosophy of Mind' /u/jackgary118
  • Podcast: Philosopher and congressional candidate Richard Winfield talks about the foundations of philosophy and argues for a federal jobs guarantee. /u/PollPhilPod
  • Trolling, Bullying, and Flame Wars: Humility and Online Discourse with philosophers Michael Lynch, Ken Taylor and Josh Landy (use the Soundcloud widget to stream or download the radio episode) /u/philtalkradio
  • The Fallacy of Collectivism /u/Monky11
  • The Bottom of the Curve: the Hi-Phi Nation podcast tackles the philosophy of the midlife crisis /u/ADefiniteDescription
  • Democracy will fail /u/_crepererum_
  • The Incompatibility of Naturalism and Scientific Realism /u/iminthinkermode
  • The limits of tolerance - why religious identities are not immune to criticism /u/ADefiniteDescription
  • There is no such thing as free will, but we're better of believing it anyway. /u/Leon_Trotskij

/r/askphilosophy/

  • Announcement: Rule Changes /u/BernardJOrtcutt
  • /r/askphilosophy Open Discussion Thread | April 23, 2018 /u/AutoModerator
  • question about Plotinus and consciousness /u/drascus
  • philosophy of mind and a hard time understanding it all. Arguments, positions, history, but interesting! /u/wallythedude
  • Is it implausible that life came to be without intelligence? /u/PrestigiousEssay
  • Tips for understanding Dostoevsky? /u/mlqkotoistina
  • Question About Grad School /u/wannabethinker
  • What would two-dimensional time be like? /u/birdfishsteak
  • Any Prominent Philosophers that Deal with Aesthetics? /u/TheMythofNarcissus
  • How do you personally begin learning a new area of philosophy? /u/Ragdollmole
  • Is there a certain philosophy that says nothing holds any inherent meaning, only that which you give it? /u/Spartacuz9er9er
  • Need help on understanding the interpretations of Aristotle's De Interpretatione 9 /u/CuddlyMouse
  • Objectivity, certainty, and truth. /u/Ty4891
  • Chemistry of concepts and feelings from Human, all too human. /u/tooschooledforcool
  • The JD-PhD Question /u/FuzzyTennis
  • What are the main compatibilist arguments? /u/Happy__Nihilist
  • philosophy homework help /u/YoungBrokeAndUgly
  • Is there a philosophy that remains uncertain about everything? /u/anxiouskid123
  • Book recommendations? /u/jetfuelcantmeltpugs
  • Reposting b/c I didnt get any responses last time: a few questions about Frankfurt Compatabilism /u/Amish_Warlord
  • Who is the ancient philosopher who said reason is what makes us human? /u/SpookyJabroni
  • Is there a need to create a new systematic philosphy? /u/pranoygreat
  • Is there a standard transliteration for Socrates' δαίμων? /u/cameron_coombe
  • numerable/denumerability help /u/dennys20018
  • What is some recommended reading for philosophy that has do to with the future, technology, automation, robotics, and AI? /u/ITjester
  • I'm having trouble understanding why hermeneutics of the self is inherently self sacrificial /u/Koeida
  • Did plato live like an ascetic /u/tjkool101