A new issue of Philosophy in Review is out. From the European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy, a special issue on Wittgenstein and Pragmatism. From Leiter Reports, what does it take to be the best philosophy department in the English-speaking world? From 3:AM, Anne Jaap Jacobson is the neurofeminist philosofunskster whose mind is setting fire to the boys’ club and putting the academy straight whilst doing edgy work in the philosophy of mind; and Joshua Alexander is a funky philosopher from the x-phi mothership, burning his armchair and flying into a future where philosophy is cosmopolitan. What can we learn from Plato about the financial crisis? Helen A. Fielding reviews Postmodern Philosophy and the Scientific Turn by Dorothea E. Olkowski. Could philosophy (or other disciplines) be improved by letting those outside the discipline play a role in judging its work? Robert Frodeman, J. Britt Holbrook and Adam Briggle consider the possibilities. Aaron Preston reviews A Brief History of Analytic Philosophy: from Russell to Rawls by Stephen P. Schwartz. Must philosophers be parents? Justin E. H. Smith wonders. Is there a problem of counterfactual philosophers? Massimo Pigliucci wants to know. For a better society, teach philosophy in high schools.