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January 28th, 2005

PGR Data

Over at Crooked Timber, Kieran Healy has put together a study of the Gourmet Report voting data. The striking results are that philosophers agree very strongly on which departments are strongest, and that there is a large difference between how much strength in different areas of philosophy correlates with overall ranking. (From my unbiased perspective in central New York, I think the discipline is shamefully neglecting the importance of ancient and medieval philosophy, but that could just be me.) Lots of stuff to read and highly recommended.

Posted by Brian Weatherson in Uncategorized

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  1. stenislemenace says:

    …and I always remembered you as the man who thought that Frege counted as ancient philosophy! :)