Black Issue in Philosophy: Understanding Togetherness in Difference in a Hateful World

By William Mpofu “Wherever one thing stands,” Chinua Achebe (1989) argued, “something else must stand beside it,” because the world must necessarily be a shared … Read more…

Black Issues in Philosophy: Response to “Australian Continental Philosophy”

At the end of November into the first week of December 2017, I had the good fortune of participating in the Australasian Society for Continental … Read more…

Black Issues in Philosophy: Australian Continental Philosophy

By Bryan Mukandi I suspect that just about every Shona child who grew up in the Zimbabwe of the 1980s through to the mid-1990s grew … Read more…

Badiou, the Event, and Psychiatry, Part 1: Trauma and Event

Editor’s note: This is the first of a two-part series on Evental Psychiatry.  The second part can be found here.   By Vincenzo Di Nicola … Read more…

Early Career Research Spotlight: Becky Vartabedian

This edition of the Early Career Research SPotlight focuses on Becky Vartabedian.  She is Assistant Professor in the Philosophy department at Regis University in Denver, … Read more…

Philosophy in the Contemporary World: Bisexuality and the Culture of Professional Philosophy

By Christina Rawls “Feminist blogging is basically the 21st Century version of consciousness raising.” Courtney Martin, Feministing At the start of the film The Lobster, … Read more…

“Psychiatry and the Humanities”: Postgraduate Course in the Faculty of Medicine, University of Montreal

By Vincenzo Di Nicola As contemporary psychiatry works through the current version of our identity crisis, some leaders in my field argue for a more … Read more…