The first annual Eliot Glassheim Essay Award on Capitalism and the Public Good is now underway. The submission deadline is November 15, 2015.
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Its purpose is to cultivate discussions between professional
philosophers and those who have interest in the subject
regardless of experience or credentials. The Institute was
founded on the premise that anyone can do philosophy; that
philosophy relates to day-to-day life; and that philosophical
communities are fun, fulfilling, and essential for democracy.
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and digital archives, IPPL creates a world-wide philosophical
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It is proving, time and time again, that people like philosophy
and that philosophy is good for people. It aims to show that
despite the tenor of the time, deep thought and philosophical
contemplation can be in vogue.