Philosopher’s Carnival March 2014

Welcome to the 161st edition of the Philosopher’s Carnival! Here are this month’s submissions…

I addition to these submissions, I’d like to highlight two other posts from around the philosophy blogosphere: First, Regulatory Bias and Unseen Harms by carnival founder and past organizer Richard Chappell, which looks at the possibility of a deontological case for tighter regulation than standard consequentialist analyses would suggest. Second, Eric Schwitzgebel explains why we should be pessimistic about general theories of consciousness—a topic I consider to be extremely interesting and important.

The next edition will be at Aesthetics For Birds.


Warren Buffett's son is almost completely wrong about charity
What are you going to do with that?
Paper on Plantinga and classical foundationalism
Ethicists who matter