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The Philosophical Treatments of Miscarriage and Pregnancy Loss

The first-ever collection on philosophical treatments of miscarriage and pregnancy loss is also the first entirely Open Access issue of Journal of Social Philosophy. The creation of the Special Issue: … Continue reading

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The Call of Silence

What if silence was the route for understanding and theorizing a better world? In a recent debate done at the Institute of Art and Ideas, an author, a former priest, … Continue reading

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Thought: A Journal of Philosophy Wins the Prose Award for Best New Humanities and Social Sciences Journal 2015

Congratulations to Thought: A Journal of Philosophy for winning the Prose Award for Best New Humanities and Social Sciences Journal! Today they announced the winners of the 39th annual PROSE … Continue reading

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Happy International Women’s Day!

The 2015 theme for International Women’s Day is ‘Make it Happen’ and that is certainly the case on the blog hosted by Wiley.  Experts across a variety of fields are … Continue reading

March 8, 2015 · Leave a comment

Advocating for Women’s Rights

Last night at the Academy Awards, Patricia Arquette used her brief acceptance speech to spark the conversation on Women’s Equality, calling on the nation as a whole to join together … Continue reading

February 23, 2015 · Leave a comment

Kim Hall – Guest Editor of Hypatia’s New 2015 Special Issue: New Conversations in Feminist Disability Studies

Released new in January 2015,  Hypatia‘s special issue, New Conversations in Feminist Disability Studies, opens necessary communication lines seeking to displace assumptions about disability that haunt feminist analyses. The collection … Continue reading

January 29, 2015 · Leave a comment

Beyond Reality: The Limits of Understanding

From trees to houses, atoms to stars, we assume our senses and instruments reveal the truth about the world. But could our picture of reality be radically incomplete? Is this … Continue reading

January 27, 2015 · Leave a comment

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