(1st of 3 link lists posted between Dec. 12 & 14)
The first issue of Argumenta has articles by Brandom, Audi, Hochberg, Hacker, and Kriegel.
Announcement of Nora Hämäläinen's new book, Literature and Moral Theory.
Audio and video of Steven E. Hyman's 2015 Loebel Lectures in Psychiatry and Philosophy (Oxford).
A first draft of a new deciphering of Carnap's diaries (to 1935, in German) by Brigitta Arden and Brigitte Parakenings, who are working for Christian Damböck's project, via the Carnap blog.
Elijah Millgram in Aeon: 'Orwell taught us to fear technocratic jargon that doesn’t let us say what we mean. But that is language at its best.'
Via the Sociological Imagination:
Sadia Habib reviews Michel Foucault’s 1981 Louvain lecture series ‘Wrong-Doing, Truth-Telling’.
Mark Carrigan on the 'culture of competitive sleep deprivation'.
Via Political Theory - Habermas and Rawls:
Jonathan White's 'The Riptide of Technocracy: Can there be a democratic EU?'
Jeremy Waldron's 'The Vanishing Europe of Jurgen Habermas'