Experimental Philosophy Blog

There’s late to the party, and then there’s learning about something more than a month after Slate runs an article on it, but shameful as it may be I have only just stumbled upon the Experimental Philosophy Blog. Among its virtues are an announcement of the first annual Online Philosophy Conference, and a (rather small?) section devoted to Philosophy of Law.

Incidentally, the blog denizens are not very happy with the Slate article. (Further discussion chez Leiter)

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One Response to Experimental Philosophy Blog

  1. John Samuels says:

    well its a very interesting idea at least. not sure what it will accomplish though.

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