Philosophical brainstorms

A new issue of Philosophy in Review is out. Daniel Dennett is the mild mannered super wizard of philosophical brainstorms. With the work of the Bentham Project at the University of Leeds we have begun to more accurately apprehend his views, including his never-published third volume of Bentham’s Not Paul, but Jesus. Jon Cogburn on a cursory defense of LEMM as "core analytic" philosophy. Do women have different philosophical intuitions than men? George Dvorsky on important unresolved ethical questions that are on the verge of becoming highly relevant. Fichte, Nietzsche, Kant, Hegel, Schopenhauer, Darwin, and Heidegger: George J. Marlin reviews Hitler’s Philosophers by Yvonne Sherratt. Be employable, study philosophy: Shannon Rupp on how the discipline teaches you how to think clearly, a gift that can be applied to just about any line of work. What makes a popular philosophy book a good book? Beyond the “secularism tick”: Nina M. Flores interviews Sandra Harding. Philosophers: do you see yourself making the world "a better place", and does that matter? Against cynicism: Adam Kirsch on Peter Sloterdijk’s brilliant reasons for living. Ramin Jahanbegloo on reading Hegel in a Tehran prison: Jahanbegloo recollects imprisonment in Tehran’s notorious Evin Prison. 7 Habits of a Highly Effective Philosopher: Nathan Schneider on life lessons from the Christian apologist William Lane Craig.