Welcome to the June 27, 2011 edition of Philosophers’ Carnival. First those blog posts which were actually submitted will be listed, followed by blog posts which were gleaned. If you submitted a good post that was not included, please know there has been a glitch with blogcarnival. Email me and it will be remedied.
Aaron Rathbun presents Obama’s Birth Certificate and Epistemology posted at theology+culture, saying, “This post is about postfoundationalist epistemology. “Birthers” doubting Obama’s birth certificate will never have any sufficient amount of evidence to prove them otherwise, because our presuppositional commitments shape how we filter the evidence to begin with.”
logic and language
Tristan Haze presents Sketch of a Way of Thinking about Modality – Part 1 posted at Sprachlogik.
Michael S. Pearl presents Matters of Choice and Free Will posted at The Kindly Ones, saying, “This actually relates to logic and epistemology as well.”
gualtiero piccinini presents Was Psychosemantics a Failure? posted at Brains.
Christopher Norris presents Outside the Box: on the ‘extended mind’ hypothesis posted at Ichthus77.
Richard presents The Normativity Objection to Metaethical Naturalism posted at Philosophy, et cetera.
You can’t get an ought from an is – but Cameron’s trying to do just that by Richard J Murphy on Tax Research UK.
Two Problems with Kripkenstein’s Argument for Meaning Skepticism by Jason Streitfeld at Specter of Reason.
Distinguished woman philosopher 2011 by profbigk on Feminist Philosophers.
What do diversity and inclusion mean at Cisco systems? by Tom Gilson at Thinking Christian.
Why do people completely misunderstand the word ‘faith’? by Eric Chabot at Ratio Christi.
The problem of miracles by Max Andrews on Sententia.
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