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The Future of Philosophy

The following five cutting-edge opinion pieces are from highly distinguished philosophers, and are brought to you by The Philosopher’s Eye, in conjunction with the journal Metaphilosophy and the UNESCO Chair in Information and Computer Ethics. Each short piece explores the theme: ‘The Future of Philosophy’.

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  • Whither Philosophy?
    By Robert Stern
    Professor of Philosophy, University of Sheffield
    Editor of the European Journal of Philosophy
  • The Future of Philosophy
    By Tim Mulgan
    Professor of Moral and Political Philosophy, University of St Andrews
    Editor of The Philosophical Quarterly
  • Information First
    By Luciano Floridi
    Professor of Philosophy and UNESCO Chair in Information and Computer Ethics, University of Hertfordshire
 & Oxford University
    Editor of Philosophy & Technology

These five philosophers and many others met to discuss the future of philosophy at a workshop entitled Editor’s Cut – A view of philosophical research from journal editors. The workshop was organized by the Institute of Philosophy, School of Advanced Study, University of London, on Friday the 13th of January 2012, in collaboration with Wiley-Blackwell’s journal Metaphilosophy and the UNESCO Chair in Information and Computer Ethics.

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