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Philosophy Organizations' Recent Top Tweets

Updated: 2023-Feb-04 14:24 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 19 followers:

Congratulations to Jean Casimir who is the recipient of the Caribbean Philosophical Association's 2023 Frantz Fanon Award for Outstanding Book in Caribbean Thought for his work, "The Haitians: A Decolonial History." For more on the award, please visit: https://t.co/kOXU0ZsiwI pic.twitter.com/chZSv2OrGV

— Caribbean Philosophical Association (@caribphil) February 2, 2023

2. One retweet per 104 followers:

It’s paperback publication day for #metaphysicalanimals! Thanks to @vintagebooks and @ChattoBooks for a fab new cover with drawings by Sally Pilkington. 🥰 pic.twitter.com/mCPNHW71Pw

— InParenthesis (@parenthesis_in) February 2, 2023

3. One retweet per 120 followers:

Here is the link to the recording of Erica Borgstrom's brilliant talk on Narratives of Death, Grief and Loss During Covid-19 https://t.co/axAKuCYtu2 via @EricaBorgstrom @OpenThanatology Thanks so much for coming to talk to the Grief Project

— Grief: A Study of Human Emotional Experience (@GriefYork) February 2, 2023

4. One retweet per 121 followers:

NEW RELEASE: A. FALDUTO, T. MEHIGAN (EDS.), “THE PALGRAVE HANDBOOK ON THE PHILOSOPHY OF FRIEDRICH SCHILLER” (SPRINGER, 2023) https://t.co/uTwC0Je01o @BJHP_1993 @theBSHP @Cpkp_Potsdam @symphilosophie @AmcCritique @StudiGermanici @StudiesInRom pic.twitter.com/jARBMlDtA8

— hegelpd (@hegelpd) January 28, 2023

5. One retweet per 135 followers:

A reminder that this Thursday at 1pm Erica Borgstrom will give an online talk titled 'Narratives of death, grief and loss during Covid-19.' See below to book your free place @EricaBorgstrom https://t.co/QJ8tqjdDMi

— Grief: A Study of Human Emotional Experience (@GriefYork) January 30, 2023

6. One retweet per 152 followers:

What do we punish for, when sentencing someone for a given crime❓ And, what is the role of "phantom rules" in a criminal justice system❓
For more on this topic, we invite you to join us for a research seminar on February 2, at 5:30 P.M 👉https://t.co/VDzGA3wAph pic.twitter.com/DyIQirn4wy

— Interdisciplinary Centre for Ethics 🇪🇺 (@incet_uj) January 31, 2023

7. One retweet per 169 followers:

¡¡No se pierdan este diplomado en la Universidad de Guanajuato!! va a estar muy bueno!!! ¡¡a partir del 22 de marzo!!
Aquí la convocatoria: https://t.co/4uqLV0um1n pic.twitter.com/QM4HHTwTO5

— Red Mexicana de Mujeres Filosófas (@remmuf) February 2, 2023

8. One retweet per 174 followers:

Check out this workshop on the epistemology of #believewomen! See here for details: https://t.co/xZC4ljWyjq pic.twitter.com/XYa8cwhoG2

— CEPPA St Andrews (@_CEPPA) January 30, 2023

9. One retweet per 183 followers:

Out now in paperback!

~ Values and Virtues for a Challenging World ~

edited by Anneli Jefferson, Orestis Palermos, Panos Paris, and Jonathan Webber

published by Cambridge University Press and the Royal Institute of Philosophy

Full details here: https://t.co/ZF6crQe0N2 pic.twitter.com/zPorH9XaNu

— Cardiff Philosophy (@cardiffphilos) January 30, 2023

10. One retweet per 199 followers:

“To build AI we need engineers, but to interpret it, to decide how it should be applied and what kind of world we want to live in requires philosophers, historians and lawyers”

Superb Sunday Times article on our community of AI ethicists. https://t.co/XLJOfVckOd

— The Institute for Ethics in AI (@EthicsInAI) January 29, 2023

11. One retweet per 204 followers:

Fiercely slandered by the Stoics in ancient Greece, here’s a quick introduction to the much-misunderstood — and quite wonderful — philosophy of Epicureanism: pic.twitter.com/EAbTDfyTOh

— Philosophy Break (@philosophybreak) January 29, 2023

12. One retweet per 213 followers:

New paper co-authored by Piotr Bystranowski from our Interdisciplinary Centre for Ethics❗️ https://t.co/bhRAo4JgY1

— Interdisciplinary Centre for Ethics 🇪🇺 (@incet_uj) January 28, 2023

13. One retweet per 213 followers:

📢 Open call for posters!
The Yale-Oxford-Jagiellonian Workshop on Experimental Philosophical Bioethics will be held on June 27-29. We are now accepting submissions for posters.
More information about can be found here ⬇️ https://t.co/2oUAMbid4R@bioxphi @briandavidearp pic.twitter.com/XXSjzPaWuN

— Interdisciplinary Centre for Ethics 🇪🇺 (@incet_uj) February 4, 2023

14. One retweet per 214 followers:

Join us on Wed Feb 8, 4-6pm UK time, for an SCLP seminar with René Brouwer (Utrect) on The Origins of Natural Law. No pre-reading required, attend in person or online - zoom info and paper abstract on eventbrite. The talk is also part of @ALFHorizonhttps://t.co/L8gIvv3HbM

— SurreyLaw&Philosophy (@SurreyCentreLP) February 3, 2023

15. One retweet per 222 followers:

👾 Hey!

📅 Have you checked out the 17th CLMPST that's going to be this year?

👇Here's the important info👇
🗓️When: July 24-29, 2023
📌Where: Buenos Aires, ARG
📆Abstract-deadline: February 5
📝Abstract-words: 500 (w/references)
🔗Web: https://t.co/Fh33Zonn2l

🤗 See you there! pic.twitter.com/TdSUe3MdDo

— Buenos Aires Logic Group (@BALogicGroup) January 30, 2023

16. One retweet per 227 followers:

A quick glance at the EENPS Steering Committee meeting. We discussed the initiatives we are working on (e.g. reading group, mentoring initiative, next conference). If you are interested in joining EENPS or have any ideas you would like to share, contact us: [email protected] pic.twitter.com/fEqVb4B71q

— EENPS: East European Network for Phil. of Science (@EastEurpnPhlSci) February 3, 2023

17. One retweet per 227 followers:

Latest papers: Nina Poth & Krzysztof Dolega propose that the (ir)rationality associated with #conspiracy belief lies not in a flawed updating method, but in their failure to converge toward well-confirmed, stable belief networks in the long run https://t.co/LwH4BknsLO #OpenAccess

— Philosophical Psychology (@JournalPHP) February 1, 2023

18. One retweet per 237 followers:


— Philosophy for Schools (@Philos4Schools) January 31, 2023

19. One retweet per 241 followers:

Esto de Kant, no pierde valor
«Todo tiene un precio o una dignidad. Aquello que tiene precio puede ser sustituido por algo semejante; en cambio, lo que se halla por encima de todo precio y, por tanto, no admite nada equivalente, eso tiene dignidad.»
El ser humano no tiene precio.

— Filosofía-Digital (@PhiloDigital) January 30, 2023

20. One retweet per 250 followers:

#History on 13 March @AnnaMarieRoos3 will characterise what
(al)chymical practice was like in Cambridge during 1669-1695. Students are free to join the lecture. Find out more:https://t.co/hzlncGyNaO pic.twitter.com/RfwERWTxNf

— History&Philosophy (@FacultyHP) January 31, 2023