As I've been checking out various philosophy podcasts, it struck me that I've neglected looking into online philosophy blogs. There's good reason for this, of course: if I'm at a computer (or iPhone or whatever) reading philosophy, I'm probably doing research for one of our episodes. If podcasting weren't such a new medium, and you all had ready access to a myriad of recordings of, e.g. Rousseu and Hume mixin' it up over drinks, then no doubt we'd have a harder time getting an audience for our little recorded study group.
So, I'm requesting your help in telling us what philosophy blogs out there provide you with some entertainment value, as opposed to self-important Nietzsche-wannabes putting up cryptic treatises that could not stand up to peer review or polemically charged screeds documenting the author's ongoing battle with the forces of ignorance.
On second thought, go ahead and link me to the terrible blogs you know about as well, so we can all feel uncomfortable together.
Good podcasts where they interview experts in various fields of philosophy to explain a certain aspect of a philosopher’s thought in 10-15 minutes.
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Seth Paskin says
That’s a Nigel thing, not an us thing. His SSL certificate expired or something.
I agree. I love Warburton’s stuff. http://tar.weatherson.org/ isn’t too shabby but it’s sporadic.
“On second thought, go ahead and link me to the terrible blogs you know about as well, so we can all feel uncomfortable together.”
To get this particular ball rolling a link to my upcoming blog, “Ontology and me makes three” will be posted as soon as it becomes available.
Hands down the best philosophy of religion blog is Common Sense Atheism. He focuses on meta-ethics, ethics, and philosophy of religion by disseminating the contemporary literature on these topics. It is fantastically done. He would actually make for a great guest (IMO) if you guys every touch on any of these topics in the future. He has a podcast as well.
Daniel Horne says
I like the Guardian’s philosophy blog, How to Believe:
I would have to seconded Luke’s site Common Sense Atheism.. The only blog i visit on a daily basis, always something new and interesting to be found. I found you guys and philosophy bites on his top 10 philosophy podcasts by the way.
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