For some students, the first day of my course might be the first time they see a numbered-premise argument. It might also be the first time they talk to a native speaker of English. I’m a professor at Wuhan University, in China, and nearly every semester I teach a service course that I call “Philosophical […]
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All in the Family: The History and Philosophy of Experimental Philosophy
Experimental philosophy (x-phi) is all the rage. But shouldn't all philosophy be experimental? Jeff Hawley looks at the views of...