Philosophy

The Emancipatory Project of Posthumanism

University of East London
Stephen Hobden makes the argument for an emancipatory project from within a posthuman framework and argues that while some posthumanisms […]
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Regulating retirement and wrinkles

University of Chicago
We all age differently, but we can learn from shared experiences and insights. The conversations, or paired essays, in Aging Thoughtfully combine […]
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Why Bring the Kids into This? Anscombe and McLaughlin on Parental Rights

Stanford University
Professor Callan is a philosopher of education whose work draws heavily on contemporary moral and political theory. He received his […]
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Wittgenstein’s philosophical method

University College London
José Zalabardo’s research covers areas of epistemology, metaphysics and philosophical semantics, as well as the interpretation of Wittgenstein’s philosophy.
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Wittgenstein’s account of representation and Russell’s theories of judgment

University College London
José Zalabardo’s research covers areas of epistemology, metaphysics and philosophical semantics, as well as the interpretation of Wittgenstein’s philosophy.
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