How Can Philosophy Bake Bread?

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Philosophy Bakes Bread is a radio show and podcast that promotes public philosophy by showcasing philosophy’s relevance for everyday life as well as public policy.  Philosophers including Martha Nussbaum … Read more…

2017 Public Philosophy Op-Ed Contest Winners Announced

The American Philosophical Association is pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 Public Philosophy Op-Ed Contest: Katalin Balog, “‘Son of Saul,’ Kierkegaard and the … Read more…

Brooklyn’s Night of Philosophy: Interview with Ian Olasov

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A Night of Philosophy and Ideas was an all-night marathon of philosophy, including 20-minute lectures, readings, ethical dilemma discussions, musical and dance performances, and philosophical yoga in … Read more…

Writing Popular Philosophy: Interview with Quartz’s Olivia Goldhill

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Olivia Goldhill is a philosophy and psychology journalist with Quartz.  I spoke with her about tips for academic philosophers who are interested in writing for general audiences, … Read more…

Existential Comics: Interview with Corey Mohler

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Existential Comics is a philosophy webcomic that was launched in 2013 by Portland-based software engineer Corey Mohler.  He has published 161 comics with 121 different philosophers as characters.  Existential … Read more…

Night of Philosophy in Paris: Interview with Gregg Caruso

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A Night of Philosophy is an all-night marathon of philosophy presentations and performances, including theater, video art, singing, poetry, dancing, and music.  The seventh installment of the event, organized … Read more…