I am trying to resolve what would be a good new year’s resolution after this hellacious year for my profession. I’m thinking: rise above and leave the crap behind, give it zero attention. When confronted with a threat to sue, laugh out loud — but push back loudly if need be — and then move… Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions
Because what they said is protected speech. And I suppose Ichikawa means even under Canadian law. See Jonathan Jenkins Ichikawa’s blog posts here and here.
…because under Canada law something can be defamatory even if it is true, and under US law it can be defamatory only if it is false. plus other conditions.
For historical value, since the PGR is history: Analyses of the Philosophical Gourmet Report http://bit.ly/1vib2g4
In the age of big data, crowdsourcing, and the philosophy hive mind, why not let the entire philosophical community contribute to showcasing all the great work going on in philosophy graduate programs around the world — and by extension how well trained are the people teaching undergraduates at liberal arts and other colleges and universities? … Continue reading Philwikis to the rescue (updated 2x)
In meeting with a graduating senior this afternoon, I learned that her only exposure to a woman philosopher, in a syllabus for a class, was in my freshman seminar on the masters of suspicion with some readings on Arendt and in a 400-level class now in her senior year. In my seriously progressive department, how… Continue reading the life of clarice or philosophy?
I don’t want to give too much attention to the news of the day in the philosophy blogosphere (I’m not going to link to that place so forgive the obscurity of this post) when, alas, i am the headline, accused of being a “miscreant” — a word that sounds much more sinister than its definition,… Continue reading On Miscreants