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Budget cuts hit broad swath of Cal State — latimes.com

Budget cuts hit broad swath of Cal State — latimes.com Posted using ShareThis Scroll down in the article and you will see that among the departments mentioned for possible cuts at Cal Poly Pomona is philosophy. Something to think about. … Continue reading

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This fall the APA Newsletter on Feminism and Philosophy contains my article, Women in the Profession: The Persistance of Absence. One of the main themes of the article is that philosophers need to recognize that the absence of women in … Continue reading

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And yet more employment data

Miriam Solomon (with John Clarke) has completed a study of this year’s hiring season in philosophy. It has been published in the current Proceedings and Addresses of the APA and will be appearing in the forthcoming issue of the newsletter … Continue reading

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A reflection on pausing from time to time

I haven’t done much philosophical reading, writing, or even thinking in about a year. This is not to say that I have stopped entirely. There were several projects underway that I managed to complete or continue, but my heart hasn’t … Continue reading

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Women, Work, and the Academy

Women, Work, and the Academy written by Alison Wylie, Janet R. Jakobsen, and Gisela Fosado in now available from the Barnard Center for Research on Women (BCRW). There is also a video of a panel on the topic and other … Continue reading

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Doing philosophy in public

What is it to do public philosophy? At Gone Public there is a post and this suggestion for the answer: So what is public philosophy? I’d say it is philosophy that is in some way or another engaged with public … Continue reading

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Philosophers’ Carnival

My post made the carnival! It is posted here as “Science on Faith”, but also posted at Knowledge and Experience. Check out the Philosophers’ Carnival at Philosophy Sucks.

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