The Philosopher

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  1. A Democratic Approach to Public Philosophy.Jonathon Hawkins & Peter West - 2023 - The Philosopher 111 (2):10-16.
    There is a strong appetite in ‘the wild’ (i.e., beyond the academy) for public philosophy. There are myriad forums available, from magazines and online publications to podcasts and YouTube videos, for those who wish to engage in philosophy in a non-academic context. For academic philosophers, this has raised methodological and metaphilosophical questions like: ‘what is the best way to engage in public philosophy?’ and ‘what are our aims when we engage in public philosophy?’ But what do ‘the public’ want? If (...)
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  2. Japanese Philosophy between Eurocentrism and World Philosophy. [REVIEW]Leon Krings & Francesca Greco - 2023 - The Philosopher 100:92-97.
    Review of The Oxford Handbook of Japanese Philosophy by Bret W. Davis (ed.), Oxford University Press, 2022.
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    On the 'Cancellation' of Berkeley.Peter West - 2023 - The Philosopher.
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