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Philosophy Organizations' Recent Top Links

Updated: 2020-Jan-25 13:43 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 64 followers (average):

Dear friends,
We are happy to inform you that the new issue (7.1) of the philosophical journal Crisis and Critique, on “The Future of Europe” is now out.https://t.co/huoUadpPzJ

— Crisis and Critique (@CrisisCritique) January 13, 2020

2. One retweet per 92 followers (average):

Jesús Zamora y David Teira entrevistan a Carlos Elías: El declive de la cultura científica en la era de las noticias falsashttps://t.co/EfBPaTOQ5w #contraconocimiento

— Lógica, Historia y Filosofía de la ciencia @UNED (@LHFC_UNED) January 13, 2020

3. One retweet per 98 followers (average):

SSHAP 2020 (Vienna): Call for Abstracts https://t.co/UK0VqDQsUH

— SSHAP/JHAP (@SSHAPonline) January 13, 2020

4. One retweet per 109 followers (average):

RIP Roger Scruton, whose influential work on architecture, music, and art in general has helped to shape the contemporary field of aesthetics. https://t.co/FMU453beiZ

— Aesthetics Research (@Kent_Aesthetics) January 12, 2020

5. One retweet per 110 followers (average):

NEWS: Call for papers for the 7th Annual International Conference of the Centre for Phenomenology in South Africa: ‘Philosophy and Eschatology, Or: thinking of/from the end of the world’ (September 2020) https://t.co/7MCV20XSS1 #BSP #phenomenology pic.twitter.com/8eHyfiQBmT

— BSP (@BritishPhen) January 17, 2020

6. One retweet per 126 followers (average):

We are excited to announce the new webpages for the Midgley archive in @PalaceGreenLib at @durham_uni. The pages provide an intro to themes in Midgley's philosophy, and will expand over the next two years to showcase the amazing resources in the archive. https://t.co/6hpK1XPGOT

— InParenthesis (@parenthesis_in) January 13, 2020

7. One retweet per 132 followers (average):

CFP: 2020 ECR issue of 'Philosophy'https://t.co/xKp0MAQtft

— Philosophy (@philosophy1926) January 14, 2020

8. One retweet per 135 followers (average):

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: “Hegel and The Political”
October 27th – 29th 2020 Universidad Católica Silva Henríquez. Deadline for abstracts is May 30, 2020.

See link for more info: https://t.co/poOHqB2XFz @hegelpd @HegelianNews #hegel @ESHGL pic.twitter.com/iYbvNgTRtp

— Hegel Society GB (@HegelSocietyGB) January 16, 2020

9. One retweet per 140 followers (average):

Edinburgh University's philosophy society - @EuPhilosophySoc - have an incredibly exciting programme of speakers for this semester. Attached is a list of the speakers and dates - head to their Facebook page for more information regarding times and venues - https://t.co/z1nNLwE7XK pic.twitter.com/9B3PNO9i5t

— Philosophy at Edinburgh (@UoE_Philosophy) January 17, 2020

10. One retweet per 142 followers (average):

New blog post: Joseph Houlders reports from the launch of the Oxford Handbook of #Phenomenological #Psychopathology @OUPAcademic at @IMH_UoB https://t.co/vaGKAg38qI pic.twitter.com/m89WGZwF6J

— PERFECT (@EpistInnocence) January 14, 2020

11. One retweet per 142 followers (average):

New interview! @BrennanJacoby is based in the UK and runs Philosophy at Work, which helps organisations "think their best".

I spoke to Brennan to learn about his experience of consulting people on how to integrate philosophical thinking into their work.https://t.co/sGVBdzwcBB

— The Public Life of the Mind (@tplotm) January 18, 2020

12. One retweet per 171 followers (average):

Register to attend this free event here https://t.co/tZIe85rRdD

— Philosophy in the Bookshop (@philoxophy) January 20, 2020

13. One retweet per 175 followers (average):

‼️IX EXPERIENCIAS DOCENTES EN FILOSOFÍA‼️
👉👉Profesores de verdad
contando lo que hacen de verdad👈👈
Sin celebridades invitadas
Sin gurús que nunca han pisado un aula.
Cuéntanos tu trabajo, aprende con otros docentes.
Infórmate: https://t.co/sVqpH3RRN3#SalvemosLaFilosofía pic.twitter.com/ABDrjyOZ80

— APFM (@apfm_profesfilo) January 12, 2020

14. One retweet per 175 followers (average):

Para que en el futuro se pueda entender esta imagen, ayúdanos a que vuelva la Filosofía a la escuela.
Firma y difunde: 🖋🖋https://t.co/9bBGxuVAX0🖋🖋#SalvemosLaFilosofía pic.twitter.com/aBdlE120hs

— APFM (@apfm_profesfilo) January 19, 2020

15. One retweet per 198 followers (average):

A full memorial notice for David Efird, written by two of his former PhD students, Joshua Cockayne and David Worsley.https://t.co/SwGtCfm1EI

— UoY Philosophy (@UoYPhilosophy) January 23, 2020

16. One retweet per 214 followers (average):

Why is destroying cultural sites for military purposes a war crime?

Prof @DerekMatravers explains why.https://t.co/fACYTByDYd@Heritageinwar #IranianCulturalSites pic.twitter.com/Aznew9rueX

— Open Uni Philosophy (@OU_Philosophy) January 17, 2020

17. One retweet per 231 followers (average):

New Release: Oliver Koch and Johannes-Georg Schülein (eds). “Subjekt und Person. Beiträge zu einem Schlüsselproblem der klassischen deutschen Philosophie” (Meiner, 2019)https://t.co/b4UEyJpqgm@AmcCritique @Kant_news @HegelianNews @Daily_Hegel @PhilosophieNews @germanidealism

— hegelpd (@hegelpd) January 11, 2020

18. One retweet per 236 followers (average):

“Eterni sono ogni nostro sentimento e pensiero". Emanuele Severinohttps://t.co/B8YuQqWnFP@twittfilosofici @filosofarti @larosafalarosa @Popsophia pic.twitter.com/BcZorb4R39

— Hashtag Filosofia (@hashtagfilosofi) January 22, 2020

19. One retweet per 239 followers (average):

BBC - Culture - Why philosophers could be the ones to transform your 2020 https://t.co/a2ChORFNr0

— Philosophy 4 Schools (@RoyalInstPhilos) January 16, 2020

20. One retweet per 252 followers (average):

Thurs @ 7pm: join us @TheWolfLdn @londonlibrary as we explore the just or equitable distribution of health care. Panelists: Dan Hausman, @janetmartinwho, @HenrySidgwick & Max Smith. All are welcome! #LdnOnt @westernuArts @westernuepibio @westernUanesth https://t.co/xwveI55MFN

— Rotman Philosophy (@rotmanphilo) January 14, 2020