Objects of Comparison

A Philosophy Blog

associated with David Egan Philosophy, divided into three categories:

accessible introductions to ideas
I teach in my courses

miscellaneous thoughts of my own on a range of themes, mostly but not exclusively philosophical

monthly newsletter published with a one-month delay, which contains a short, accessible essay on some philosophical theme

Newsletter: October 2021

On one hand, Heidegger is arguably the most important figure in European philosophy in the twentieth century. On the other hand, he was for a time a card-carrying member of the Nazi Party.

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Newsletter: August 2021

Building a syllabus, at its best, is also an act of love and a gift to those with whom it’s shared. Like a music mix, it’s constructed out of elements that I didn’t make myself but the assembly in uniquely my own.

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Newsletter: July 2021

Anglophone philosophy in the last half-century has slowly pulled its head out of its own proverbial ass and it has done so in no small part thanks to the contribution of these four remarkable women.

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