On the History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps blog, there is a post called "Winning over the Gap Lovers." On it, there is discussion about why we should care about anyone but the major figures in the history of philosophy. Inclusive approaches to philosophy are often met with skepticism. How do you respond? Go join the discussion!
On the Philosopher blog, Saray Ayala reflects on the dominance of the English language in philosophy, claiming "that demarcation practices for English are also patrolling the borders of philosophy."
The APA blog has just posted an important and informative piece by Nicole Hassoun: "How to Improve the Situation for Women in Philosophy"
The Deviant Philosopher has been in the news in the last few days! Check it out!
Here we are at:
We're excited to finally be launching The Deviant Philosopher, a project that many people have been working to help build over the last year. If it is your first time using our website, you might be wondering how to use it.
First, if you would like more information about our project in general, please check out the following pages:
Manuel R. Vargas gives discussions of non-canonical philosophy the satire treatment in a guest post for Daily Nous:
Julianne Chung defends non-specialist teaching of Chinese Philosophy in the APA Newsletter on Asian and Asian American Philosophers and Philosophies Spring 2017 edition:
We are beginning the migration to our new site. Keep checking back for updates as we prepare to go "live"!