Philosophy Organizations' Recent Top Tweets

Updated: 2021-Feb-24 14:16 UTC. Entries: 20. Based on tweets of Philosophy Organizations on Twitter. Feedback: @TrueSciPhi.

Philosophy Organizations' tweets from past 7 days most retweeted per follower:

1. One retweet per 53 followers:

Einstein May 1946 visit Lincoln University in Pennsylvaniahttps://t.co/A6yArfb5Al

— Dr. Alisa Bokulich, CPHS @ BU (@BUCPHS) February 23, 2021

2. One retweet per 54 followers:

You are not "working from home".
You are home during a crisis, trying to work. pic.twitter.com/SMAT7XVuui

— Ethics in Bricks (@EthicsInBricks) February 22, 2021

3. One retweet per 75 followers:

More NEW VIDEO goodness for your eyes and ears this morning. Tuomas Tahko (@ttahko) talks '#NaturalKinds, Mind-Independence and Unification Principles.'

Watch and subscribe: https://t.co/ZEO0DAk882#Philosophy #Science #PhilSci #Metaphysics

— MetaScience (@MetaScienceEU) February 18, 2021

4. One retweet per 83 followers:

Amazing lineup of 28 speakers for online conference:


8-10 April , 2021. Organizer: Dr. Luis Fellipe Garcia, University of Munich.
Link for registration https://t.co/1NYCpyB3Wd pic.twitter.com/Ml9XCEoT7q

— Symphilosophie (@symphilosophie) February 23, 2021

5. One retweet per 86 followers:

🎈Happy birthday to the philosopher-physicist-psychologist Ernst Mach. The English term “Thought Experiment” first appeared in the translation of Mach’s essay “Über Gedankenexperimente”.
Read Einstein’s eulogy for Mach here: https://t.co/76BAjNTgAB

— Dr. Alisa Bokulich, CPHS @ BU (@BUCPHS) February 18, 2021

6. One retweet per 86 followers:

Yes; more photos & information here:https://t.co/5HNAM1pQcO

— Dr. Alisa Bokulich, CPHS @ BU (@BUCPHS) February 23, 2021

7. One retweet per 102 followers:

YES! 🌟 https://t.co/h3aeHczbmF

— Dr. Alisa Bokulich, CPHS @ BU (@BUCPHS) February 22, 2021

8. One retweet per 124 followers:

Apparently Ann Arbor public schools are teaching children that "Objectivity" is an expression of White Supremacy.

Apparently, they want to insure that none of their graduates will be well-educated enough to attend the University in their own town. [And which is my Alma Mater] https://t.co/AYJyVOhUNX

— The Electric Agora (@ElectricAgora) February 17, 2021

9. One retweet per 124 followers:

TODAY AT 11AM ET : @timnitGebru speaks on the knowledge hierarchy in #machinelearning and its impact on #inequity. Register here: https://t.co/2nS2XCEFXe https://t.co/j72WXmJOrM

— Dr. Alisa Bokulich, CPHS @ BU (@BUCPHS) February 22, 2021

10. One retweet per 130 followers:

Dr. Richard Zach won a 25th anniversary prize from the Association of Symbolic Logic!
A paper published during his PhD program has been recognized 20 years later for its contributions to the discipline. More at:https://t.co/7gkTd20Imw @cambup_maths @RrrichardZach #SymbolicLogic pic.twitter.com/PI1y3KbNPr

— UCalgary Philosophy (@UofCPhilosophy) February 19, 2021

11. One retweet per 133 followers:

"… det finns en uppenbar skillnad mellan fysiken, kemin eller sociologin å ena sidan och matematiken å den andra."

Christian Bennet är filosof och specialiserad på bland annat matematikens filosofi. Här diskuterar han vad matematik är och handlar om.https://t.co/4nGTTXXW2q

— Svensk filosofi (@svenskfilosofi) February 18, 2021

12. One retweet per 135 followers:

Jetzt online: Unser Interview mit @Karl_Lauterbach über die Corona-Krise, seine persönliche Rolle in der Politik und die philosophischen Grundlagen seines Denkens, die von Amartya Sen und John Rawls geprägt sind.https://t.co/moY9RfEmPc

— Hohe Luft Magazin (@HoheLuftMagazin) February 22, 2021

13. One retweet per 140 followers:

🎙🔥🌍New podcast episode on indigenous environmental studies & traditional ecological knowledge w/ a highlight of work of Potawatomi philosopher of environment @kylepowyswhyte and much more! Great resources for further reading & learning linked too. https://t.co/ulkh7JxFab

— Dr. Alisa Bokulich, CPHS @ BU (@BUCPHS) February 22, 2021

14. One retweet per 154 followers:

Obras da literatura mundial estão sendo traduzidas ao português e disponibilizadas gratuitamente na internet. O projeto Literatura Livre publicou neste mês o livro Os Miseráveis, de Aljâhiz. A obra árabe foi traduzida pela prof. Safa Jubran (DLO)https://t.co/o0j91sL0qM

— FFLCH USP (@uspfflch) February 21, 2021

15. One retweet per 157 followers:

#Histmed 10/3 - 2 exciting lectures. @MikeJayNet will be talking on #History of Peyote & Prof Marta Korbonits will talking on #History of Gigantism - from Legends to Genes. - Online via #zoom - Students free - book here: https://t.co/1dDHg7SQA8 pic.twitter.com/xzrXTZ6kSd

— History&Philosophy (@FacultyHP) February 23, 2021

16. One retweet per 160 followers:

📌Looking forward to this exploratory & interdisciplinary workshop bringing together historians, philosophers & climate scientists interested in climate data.
CfA 300 words & bio to: [email protected] Deadline: 22 March 2021. #histsci #philscihttps://t.co/mPjpSss55p

— Dr. Alisa Bokulich, CPHS @ BU (@BUCPHS) February 20, 2021

17. One retweet per 160 followers:

Dick Boyd’s passing is a tremendous loss to the philosophy of science community. His homeostatic property cluster (HPC) account of natural kinds was trailblazing and influenced my own thinking. I remember fondly when he came to speak in BCPS. https://t.co/Gdn8sVxGgj https://t.co/8VbUqTmw5z

— Dr. Alisa Bokulich, CPHS @ BU (@BUCPHS) February 22, 2021

18. One retweet per 168 followers:

Just a reminder to please sign up here for our seminar series if you'd like to attend a session!

Also, please retweet this since we really want to reach a large audience. Thank you! 🙂

Link: https://t.co/JJQyU0JzqC

— British Postgraduate Philosophy Association (@BPPA_tweets) February 20, 2021

19. One retweet per 180 followers:

Con este examen creado por H. Arendt para su alumnado en Berkeley (pues vosotras y vosotros ya no tenéis ninguno hasta dentro de unos meses) os deseamos buen fin de semana 😊 pic.twitter.com/tbhgt8f67E

— UNEDfilosofia (@UNEDfilosofia) February 19, 2021

20. One retweet per 185 followers:

Philosopher en bande organisée (2/4) : Spinoza et compagnies via @franceculture https://t.co/6lqHp0yVxk avec notamment Chantal Jaquet professeure de philosophie à #Paris1PantheonSorbonne

— Philosophie Paris 1 (@PhiloSorbonne) February 17, 2021