This blog has been getting very quiet, hasn’t it?!
I’m currently writing a book on normative externalism, trying to build up a general theory out of the things I said in Running Risks Morally, and Disagreements, Philosophical and Otherwise. Hopefully I’ll have some draft chapters to post soon. Until then…
- Centrality and Marginalisation, my commentary on Herman Cappelen’s Philosophy Without Intuitions has been published online at Philosophical Studies. This prompted me to collect drafts of my papers on history and methodology of philosophy into one large file: Papers on History and Methodology of Analytic Philosophy.
- Congratulations to Rohan Sud for winning an Outstanding GSI Award from the University of Michigan’s Rackham Graduate School. Concidentially, Rohan has also just had a paper published in Philosophical Studies, a paper on decision rules that he presented at last year’s BSPC.
- The Northern Institute of Philosophy is running a Summer School on the Foundations of Logic and Mathematics from June 18 to 25. Applications are open now, and close on April 10th, and there is more information at that link.
- I suspect many of you will know about Samir Chopra’s excellent philosophy blog. He also has an excellent cricket blog, The Cordon, hosted at Cricinfo, and a fascinating looking (I haven’t read it yet), book on cricket, Brave New Pitch. It’s great to see philosophy-cricket overlaps; there should be more of it!
- And there is a new philosophy news site, Daily Nous. I hope it is a great success.