The problem of religious evil

The 2014 Religious Studies Postgraduate Essay Prize was recently awarded to two co-winners: Daniel Kodaj, of the Central European University and Ryan W.…


The Importance of Clarity in Philosophy:
a short interview with Nigel Warburton

This interview was adapted from the Introduction to the Spring 2014 issue of Think: Philosophy for Everyone. Nigel Warburton is a freelance philosopher.


Sport and Philosophy – In the Zone

The latest volume of the Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplements, Philosophy and Sport, is a collection of lectures from the Institute’s 2012-3 annual lecture series.…


What does it mean to be un-American?

We are pleased to announce the publication of the “Un-America” Special issue of of Journal of American Studies. As an introduction to the topic of Un-Americanism, Dr George Lewis, Guest Editor of the Special Issue examines the topic and asks what un-Americanism is and whether it is still a relevant term today.


A Defence of Stealing E-Books

This blogpost is adapted from an article by Andrew T. Forcehimes, published in the Summer 2013 issue of Think: Philosophy for Everyone.


Privacy, Secrecy, and Epistemology

This blogpost was adapted from guest Editor Martijn Blaauw’s introduction to a special issue of Episteme entitled ‘Privacy, Secrecy, and Epistemology.


American Philosophical Association to launch new flagship journal with Cambridge University Press in 2015

The American Philosophical Association (APA) and Cambridge University Press will launch the Journal of the American Philosophical Association, a new general philosophy journal, in 2015.…


God and Suffering: are theodicies immoral?

 Samuel Shearn is studying an MPhil in Modern Theology at the University of Oxford on an Ertegun Graduate Scholarship in the Humanities.


How to get your book published, part 3

Cambridge University Press Social Science Publisher John Haslam offers a few final notes on getting your first book ready for publication.  In his posts, John focuses on revised theses and other first books, but many of the issues are common across all publishing proposals.…


How to get your book published, part 2

In his second post, Cambridge University Press Social Science Publisher John Haslam offers a few more notes on getting your first book ready for publication. John focuses on revised theses and other first books, but many of the issues are common across all publishing proposals.…