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Philosophy Organizations' Recent Top Links

Updated: 2019-May-24 14:05 UTC. Listed tweets: 20. Based on tweets of Philosophy Organizations on Twitter. Feedback: @TrueSciPhi.

Links in tweets originated by philosophy organizations in the past 14 days, ordered by retweets-per-follower averaged over each tweet of the link. Below, each link is presented in the context of the particular tweet with the highest retweets per follower.

1. One retweet per 100 followers (average):

New in JHAP: Wilfrid Sellars and the Foundations of Normativity https://t.co/WpGR9ARBh0

— SSHAP/JHAP (@SSHAPonline) May 15, 2019

2. One retweet per 134 followers (average):

Read Rachael Wiseman and her @parenthesis_in partner Clare MacCumhaill on bringing philosophy into everyday life and #philosophybypostcard. For the @BritishAcademy_ and #curiousminds. https://t.co/uJ7qVksewc

— LiverpoolPhilosophy (@LiverpoolPhilos) May 14, 2019

3. One retweet per 145 followers (average):

Our PhD student @HelenPiel has a fabulous article out in the Journal of the History of Biology on John Maynard Smith’s book “The Theory of Evolution” and popular science. Congratulations! Read it here: https://t.co/zvDAuPYWSx #histSTM #twitterstorians #histsci #HPS

— HPS Leeds. (@hpsleeds) May 20, 2019

4. One retweet per 150 followers (average):

Job Opportunity: We're looking for a University Teacher in Feminist Philosophy to join the Department of Philosophy, University of Sheffield, for a fixed term post: https://t.co/BnSkvY4Ep1 pic.twitter.com/N36ccSTfpm

— Sheffield Philosophy (@Sheffphilosophy) May 16, 2019

5. One retweet per 150 followers (average):

Jonathan Webber's article
Climbing Trees and Raising Children with Simone de Beauvoir
has been the most popular article on the New Statesman America
website this weekend.

Article is here: https://t.co/LbKYRM8NDE pic.twitter.com/iIMFOb65LC

— Cardiff Philosophy (@cardiffphilos) May 12, 2019

6. One retweet per 152 followers (average):

#APFM y #SEPFi se unen y exigen que tras las elecciones en Madrid se cumpla lo aprobado por mayoría absoluta y que #Ética4ESO e #HªFilosofía sean materias de libre configuración autonómica, comunes y obligatorias.
Lee más en https://t.co/oyi8o2btdD#SalvemosLaFilosofía pic.twitter.com/sESkH9pqbT

— APFM (@apfm_profesfilo) May 18, 2019

7. One retweet per 172 followers (average):

The HSGB stands in solidarity with academics and scholars in Brazil in their opposition to the defunding of philosophy and sociology in public universities. We support the open letter by @hegelpd and urge everyone to send it to the Brazilian senate https://t.co/fwL0sk4urS pic.twitter.com/Sp9UByMHDy

— Hegel Society GB (@HegelSocietyGB) May 15, 2019

8. One retweet per 188 followers (average):

2-year 100% post doc position, philosophy of medicine/bioethics

Read: https://t.co/SwGXAbDAMB

— SocPhilSciPract (@SocPhilSciPract) May 20, 2019

9. One retweet per 218 followers (average):

Rachael Wiseman and Clare MacCumhaill on #philosophybypostcard and why we need @IrisMurdoch's philosophy of unselfing in the Irish Times. & Amelia O’Donnell's winning postcard for the #iypa2019 Murdoch postcard design competition. @sotauol @LivUni https://t.co/8DfuNDuNgQ pic.twitter.com/jYp1F0gugr

— LiverpoolPhilosophy (@LiverpoolPhilos) May 17, 2019

10. One retweet per 224 followers (average):

Rollins College doing Philosophy with preschoolers: "We need people who can think for themselves and who can ask questions in the right way and deal with things that are complicated. So, our hope is that they'll be well equipped for living in the C21” 👏🏻 https://t.co/YoZBFL70J2

— Philosophy 4 Schools (@RoyalInstPhilos) May 22, 2019

11. One retweet per 227 followers (average):

Will Sharkey has written us another great post for the MAP UK Blog! This time it's on the topic of... Twitter! https://t.co/ohScXdYUdu

— MAP UK (@mapforthegapuk) May 12, 2019

12. One retweet per 230 followers (average):

On 16th June, Prof Derek Matravers will be presenting on 'Fiction, Internal Inconsistency and Belief', at the Second Aesthetic Mind Conference in Fribourg. https://t.co/m2gdkuNqjY https://t.co/2lw6IRSeP3 #philosophy #fiction #cognition

— Open Uni Philosophy (@OU_Philosophy) May 13, 2019

13. One retweet per 230 followers (average):

On 16th June, Prof Derek Matravers will be presenting on 'Fiction, Internal Inconsistency and Belief', at the Second Aesthetic Mind Conference in Fribourg. https://t.co/m2gdkuNqjY https://t.co/2lw6IRSeP3 #philosophy #fiction #cognition

— Open Uni Philosophy (@OU_Philosophy) May 13, 2019

14. One retweet per 257 followers (average):

https://t.co/GPp1HqSDXT

— Epoché (ἐποχή) (@Epoche_Magazine) May 13, 2019

15. One retweet per 265 followers (average):

Today, Oberto Marrama became a doctor in philosophy cum laude! 👏 Thesis: 'Spinoza's Theory of the Human Mind: Conciousness, Memory, and Reason' Full thesis: https://t.co/1c2xzUZ8Wm Summary: https://t.co/bnS3oScwOV Congratulations! 🍾#Spinoza pic.twitter.com/8KnOeSKxLr

— Philosophy Groningen (@wijsbegeerte) May 16, 2019

16. One retweet per 265 followers (average):

Today, Oberto Marrama became a doctor in philosophy cum laude! 👏 Thesis: 'Spinoza's Theory of the Human Mind: Conciousness, Memory, and Reason' Full thesis: https://t.co/1c2xzUZ8Wm Summary: https://t.co/bnS3oScwOV Congratulations! 🍾#Spinoza pic.twitter.com/8KnOeSKxLr

— Philosophy Groningen (@wijsbegeerte) May 16, 2019

17. One retweet per 267 followers (average):

New research on the blog: @annaichino on #superstitious #confabulations and what her non-doxastic account can tell us about more paradigmatic forms of confabulation https://t.co/ts0orJ3ZOC pic.twitter.com/ONGz4XgNFS

— PERFECT (@EpistInnocence) May 21, 2019

18. One retweet per 268 followers (average):

#TeamBeauty will be at @ProfWiddows’ free public lecture on 30th May to capture your views on the beauty ideal. Come along and have your say just like this previous attendee! Tickets are available here: https://t.co/TvQlgzbx7C #PerfectMe pic.twitter.com/c5kbRkN7sI

— Ethics at Birmingham (@bhamethics) May 23, 2019

19. One retweet per 268 followers (average):

Fancy a different kind of #peerreview? The PPJ's formative, inclusive, open-facing model promotes public participation, habits of care, and reviewer recognition. Consider submitting your publicly-engaged work for an upcoming issue! #publicscholarship #oa https://t.co/l1KK6rjrnh pic.twitter.com/ouPFDbNOZ2

— The PPJ (@PubPhilJ) May 21, 2019

20. One retweet per 272 followers (average):

In the Spring 2019 issue of HOPOS, Catherine Herfeld @cherfeld writes on "Imagination Rather Than Observation in Econometrics: Ragnar Frisch’s Hypothetical Experiments as Thought Experiments". https://t.co/n5XcFRJ8dr pic.twitter.com/NNHMktRD3J

— The HOPOS journal (@hoposjournal) May 20, 2019