Blogs & Blog Posts on Philosophy in Minnesota



Blogs on "Philosophy"

Strong: Progressive
Thoughts and ideas on politics, society, technology, music, economics, phil...

Madness In Love
There is always some madness in love. But there is always some reason in ma...

Trans-Atlantis
Tom Kaczynski's semi-coherent ramblings on the theoretical importance ...

I Blog; Therefore, I Am
Emphasis on paranomal phenomenon in Minnesota, but nothing is off limits, f...

Atomwave
This is a rant about science, politics, and philosophy in the modern age. S...

Along the way...
Seeing the fascinating in everyday life...

josh blog
philosophical and critical commonplace book

Blog Posts on Philosophy

The smallest things — in life and in the classroom by Twin Cities Daily Planet on Jan 18, 2012 in philosophy, OpinionJulie Landsman Perhaps it is getting older, or perhaps it is that I require order out of the chaos of the world around me, but lately I have noticed that my body and my emotions respond to a the daily ritual I have followed for year...



The smallest things — in life and in the classroom by Twin Cities Daily Planet on Jan 15, 2012 in philosophy, OpinionJulie Landsman Perhaps it is getting older, or perhaps it is that I require order out of the chaos of the world around me, but lately I have noticed that my body and my emotions respond to a the daily ritual I have followed for year...



Times we do not speak by Twin Cities Daily Planet on Jan 3, 2012 in philosophy, LifestyleJulie Landsman “Surely human affairs would be far happier if the power in men to be silent were the same as that to speak.” Spinoza (Ethics, Part III, Propositions) My son gave me a book this Christmas. It is called Bento’s Sk...



New media and old philosophy: What would Vilém Flusser think about e-books? by University of Minnesota Press blog on Dec 14, 2011 in Minnesota, Theory, Author features, Philosophy, Scholarly books, Media StudiesBY ANKE FINGERAssociate professor of German studies and comparative literature at the University of ConnecticutIn an essay titled “The New Imagination” (1990), Vilém Flusser emphasizes the need for a “critique of image criticism” – and he...



Are the Jews Responsible for Christ's Death?: The Four Causes of Christ's Death by A Catholic Life on Oct 18, 2011 in PhilosophyIt is a highly controversial claim that the Jews should be treated as if they were responsible for the death of our Divine Lord.  But are objections to this notion mere political in nature with an origin in religious indifferentism or must a Cat...



With veganism and animal-rights causes, a middle ground is always best. by University of Minnesota Press blog on Aug 31, 2011 in Minnesota, current affairs, Cultural Studies, Author features, Religion, Philosophy, Animal Studies, National trade booksBY KATHY RUDY Associate professor of ethics and women's studies at Duke University Ellen DeGeneres recently launched a national campaign endorsing veganism, and I give her a lot of credit. Along with people like Jonathan Safran Foer and many other m...



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