We are four students of early modern philosophy based at the Department of Philosophy of the University of Otago in New Zealand. This is the blog of our research project which is entitled “Experimental Philosophy and the Origins of Empiricism”.
a forum for discussing contemporary philosophical issues in normative ethics, metaethics, moral epistemology, moral psychology, applied ethics, social and political philosophy, law, and other related areas.
Founded in 1996, the Forum for Philosophy is a non-profit organization that has gained widespread recognition for its work as initiator and sponsor of engaging and thoughtful events that facilitate wider participation in academic philosophy. Our full and varied programme showcases the work of contemporary academic philosophers from all philosophical traditions, often in conversation with each other and with academics from other disciplines, while studiously avoiding academic papers.
The National Core for Neuroethics at the University of British Columbia is an interdisciplinary research group dedicated to tackling the ethical, legal, policy and social implications of frontier neurotechnology and neuroscience.
Includes the Partially Examined Life Podcast. The blog is intended to provide supplemental information to the podcast and provide a forum for us podcasters (and guests) to share interesting philosophy resources and things we're thinking about that for whatever reason don't make it on the show.
Philosophy Talk celebrates the value of the examined life. Each week, our 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. Produced by KALW on behalf of Stanford University
Founded in 1996, the Forum for Philosophy is a non-profit organization that has gained widespread recognition for its work as initiator and sponsor of engaging and thoughtful events that facilitate wider participation in academic philosophy. The podcast releases new episodes during the academic year.
The Partially Examined Life is a podcast that's been running since 2009 and is about philosophy, philosophers and philosophical texts. The format is an informal roundtable discussion, with each episode loosely focused on a short reading that introduces at least one "big" philosophical question, concern, or idea.