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Brian Leiter is currently the John P. Wilson Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Law, Philosophy & Human Values at the University of Chicago. He previously held the Hines H. Baker and Thelma Kelley Baker Chair in Law at the University of Texas at Austin, where he was also Founder and Director of the Law and Philosophy Program. He has been a Visiting Professor at Yale Law School, University College London, and the University of Chicago Law School. He blogs at Leiter Reports: A Philosphy Blog, Leiter's Law School Reports, and Brian Leiter's Nietzsche Blog.
Top 10 Philosophy Blogs
What is knowledge and do we know anything? Leading epistemologists explore central puzzles, historical and contemporary, in the theory of knowledge.
Cutting-edge research and discussion about efforts to integrate philosophical inquiry with the methods and insights of the social sciences, especially psychology.
News and views about academic philosophy in the English-speaking world.
Im, a professor at Fairfield University, and other scholars of Chinese philosophy discuss philosophical and translation issues related to classical Chinese philosophy.
Discussion of problems in moral philosophy by professionals and students.
Richard Chappell is the "king" of student philosophy bloggers; he is now a graduate student at Princeton. Serious philosophy, clearly written.
Issues in political philosophy, plus news about conferences and events.
Professional philosophers explore classic questions about the nature of free will and moral responsibility.
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The leading blog discussing topics in philosophy of religion; demanding reading!
There are lots of solo "philosophy" blogs by individuals who claim to be "mavericks" and the like; most, alas, are repositories of philosophical mistakes. Clayton Littlejohn, a philosopher at the University of Texas at San Antonio, is the exception that proves the rule. A nice window into how a smart young philosopher thinks about problems in epistemology and ethics. Also includes amusing political and cultural commentary.