Friday, February 01, 2008

Blogroll Amnesty Weekend



Yes, it's officially the Blogroll Amnesty Weekend, leading up to Blogroll Amnesty Day, February 3rd, in remembrance of the great blogroll bloodbath.

You're supposed to link to "lesser" blogs, but as The Barefoot Bum is... er... not the most trafficked or linked-to blog in the blogosphere, I'll just have to link to blogs I like.

Today, since I have limited time, I'll link to some good philosophy blogs, most by published authors, professors or students. Amazingly enough, they're mostly atheists and all liberal/progressive/lefty types. Progressive politics needs philosophy and theoretics as much as it needs strategy and tactics.

Stephen Law, the Editor of The Royal Institute of Philosophy Magazine, Think.

Philosophers' Playground, by Steve Gimbel, professor at Gettysburg College and editor of The Grateful Dead and Philosophy.

Virtual Philosopher, home of Nigel Warburton, author of about a dozen books on philosophy.

Butterflies and Wheels, run by Ophelia Benson and Jeremy Stangroom.

Various students: The Web of Belief (Daniel Dennett sometimes posts there), The Uncredible Hallq, goldbricker, Geoff Arnold and Thalesian Fools.

Check out the links on these blogs for a plethora of good (and perhaps some not-so-good) philosophy blogs and resources.

(Again, I'm in a rush and forgetful of details; if I've forgotten you, let me know and twenty lashes with a wet noodle to me with a correction.)

3 comments:

  1. Hello,
    In honor of Blogroll Amnesty Day I have added your blog link to my blogroll at robsingleton.net. Please link mine to yours in return. If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail me at robtherev@gmail.com. Thank you!

    Rob Singleton

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  2. I thanks you for blogroll amnesty day.Congratulations for all blogrollers and all humanity.

    ReplyDelete

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