Young Educated Poor Childless Males: The Philosophical Profile Survey Analysis on Demographics

Who are you? In this report, Philosophy News's data analyst Andy Carson looks at data from the survey many of you have taken and attempts to draw some conclusions. The results may surprise you!
Who are you? In this report, Philosophy News's data analyst Andy Carson looks at data from the survey many of you have taken and attempts to draw some conclusions. The results may surprise you! [More]

How Long Is Placement Data Useful?

How long is placement data good for? How far back should students look to gain a sense of a school's placement record? Answer our survey and let us know what you think.
How long is placement data good for? How far back should students look to gain a sense of a school's placement record? Answer our survey and let us know what you think. [More]

What Type of Initial Placement Position is Most Valuable?

What should be given priority in ranking a school based on placement? The prestige of the school that the student secures a job at (regardless of whether it is a post-doc, lecturer/temporary position, or tenure track), or the type of placement that a student receives (regardless of the prestige of the school)? Please answer the survey and let us know.
What should be given priority in ranking a school based on placement? The prestige of the school that the student secures a job at (regardless of whether it is a post-doc, lecturer/temporary position, or tenure track), or the type of placement that a student receives (regardless of the prestige of the school)? Please answer the survey and let us know. [More]

The Meaning of Life

What is the meaning of life? Take a quick survey and let us know what you think.
What is the meaning of life? Take a quick survey and let us know what you think. [More]

Newcomb's Paradox

"There are two boxes in front of you. One, a transparent box, has $10,000 in it that you can see, and the other, an opaque box, has either $0 or $1,000,000 in it. You can choose to take both boxes or you can choose to take only the opaque box..."
"There are two boxes in front of you. One, a transparent box, has $10,000 in it that you can see, and the other, an opaque box, has either $0 or $1,000,000 in it. You can choose to take both boxes or you can choose to take only the opaque box..." [More]

Philosophy News Survey: One Week Results

A week 1 summary of our philosophical survey results. If you haven't taken the survey yet, please take a few minutes and fill it out. We'd appreciate hearing from you!
A week 1 summary of our philosophical survey results. If you haven't taken the survey yet, please take a few minutes and fill it out. We'd appreciate hearing from you! [More]

We Have a Few Questions For You

Philosophy News is conducting a survey to help us better understand who our readers are. Please participate!
Philosophy News is conducting a survey to help us better understand who our readers are. Please participate! [More]