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Anita Silvers, an SF State philosophy professor and advocate for the disabled, dies at 78 San Francisco Chronicle
Anita Silvers, a San Francisco State philosophy professor, author and a force in making life more accessible for disabled people, died this month at age 78.
Duke to Recognize Inaugural Philosophy of Physics Award Winner During Workshop Duke Today
A new award celebrating excellence in philosophy of physics will be presented during a free, two-day campus event where the winner will be the featured ...
Confronting Philosophy’s Anti-Semitism The New York Times
Should we continue to teach thinkers like Kant, Voltaire and Hume without mention of the harmful prejudices they helped legitimize?
A Philosophy of Food as Medicine The Wall Street Journal
“Let food be your medicine,” said the ancient Greek physician Hippocrates in the 4th century B.C. But he probably didn't envisage a world in which people would ...
On Failing to be a Philosopher | Issue 131 Philosophy Now
There are many ways of failing to be a philosopher. The most efficient is not to bother being a philosopher in the first place. It is the strategy of choice for the vast ...
Philosophers and neuroscientists join forces to see whether science can solve the mystery of free will Science Magazine
Philosophers have spent millennia debating whether we have free will, without reaching a conclusive answer. Neuroscientists optimistically entered the field in ...
Next to Stacey Abrams, Biden’s philosophy looks flawed and dated The Washington Post
When you're running in a presidential primary against 75 other candidates, you have to do something to stand out. So likely presidential candidate Joe Biden, ...
How One Mother's Beauty Philosophy Became a Powerful Family Bond TownandCountrymag.com
If there's one thing sure to divide generations of women, it's beauty. What works for a 34-year-old rarely works for a 62-year-old, too; styles change over time just ...
Chris Ballard breaks down Colts' free agency philosophy, recent visits Indianapolis Star
Indianapolis has now moved on to the back end of free agency, searching for value plays among the players still available.
Eastern philosophy books: 7 essential reads Big Think
Ancient eastern philosophy unravels the Tao, Zen and other holistic ways of thinking about the self and the universe. These are the best eastern philosophy ...
Seminoles' "win by committee" philosophy paying dividends WCTV
All season long, Florida State head coach Leonard Hamilton has talked about his team's quality of depth. FSU infamously doesn't have a 'starting rotation,' and ...
Is Philosophy Still The Friend Of Wisdom? | Issue 131 Philosophy Now
If becoming wise involves making effective choices that lead to a morally improved life, it should then follow that philosophy – that rational search for wisdom ...
Karl Marx: Man & Mind | Issue 131 Philosophy Now
Matt Qvortrup argues that Marx still inspires those longing for a better world.
MIT's Kieran Setiya, Author of Midlife: A Philosophical Guide, to Deliver New York Institute of Philosophy's Biennial Lecture: “Public Philosophy”—April 5 NYU News
Kieran Setiya, a professor of philosophy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, will deliver the 2019 New York Institute of Philosophy Biennial Lecture, ...
In Aristotle's Garden, NY Professor Finds Philosophy, Too The National Herald
ATHENS – As he perused the ancient site of Aristotle's Lyceum, opened to the public only in 2014 after being excavated in 1996, Simon Critchley, an English ...
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Charles Sanders Peirce - Wikipedia
Charles Sanders Peirce (/ p ɜːr s /, PURSS; 10 September 1839 – 19 April 1914) was an American philosopher, logician, mathematician, and scientist who is sometimes known as "the father of pragmatism". He was educated as a chemist and employed as a scientist for thirty years.
Charles Sanders Peirce (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
Charles Sanders Peirce (1839–1914) was the founder of American pragmatism (after about 1905 called by Peirce “pragmaticism” in order to differentiate his views from those of William James, John Dewey, and others, which were being labelled “pragmatism”), a theorist of logic, language, communication, and the general theory of signs (which was often called by Peirce “semeiotic”), an ...
Charles Sanders Peirce | American philosopher and ...
Charles Sanders Peirce, the son of the Harvard mathematics professor and discoverer of linear algebra Benjamin Peirce, was the first significant American figure in logic. Peirce had read the work of Aristotle, Whately, Kant, and Boole as well as medieval works and…
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Peirce, Charles Sanders | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Charles Sanders Peirce (1839—1914) C.S. Peirce was a scientist and philosopher best known as the earliest proponent of pragmatism.An influential thinker and polymath, Peirce is among the greatest of American minds.
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Charles S. Peirce Studies
Web site devoted to the works and life of Charles S. Peirce, American philosopher. W ho is the most original and the most versatile intellect that the Americas have so far produced? The answer "Charles S. Peirce" is uncontested, because any second would be so far behind as not to be worth nominating.
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Peirce’s Theory of Signs (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
Peirce’s Theory of Signs First published Fri Oct 13, 2006; substantive revision Mon Nov 15, 2010 Peirce's Sign Theory, or Semiotic, is an account of signification, representation, reference and meaning.