Archive for September 2014

Privacy in a Digital Age

In this interesting debate from the iai.tv the “outspoken philosopher of science” Steve Fuller (also SI blogger and Warwick sociologist) debates Cory Doctorow and Kate Russell on the meaning of privacy in contemporary society. I’m pretty hostile to Fuller’s argument here but there’s some… Read More ›

Andrew Collier, 1944–2014

There’s a lovely obituary for Andrew Collier, the critical realist philosopher, in Radical Philosophy: Andrew Collier’s contribution to realist philosophy and social theory can perhaps best be summed up in the title of one of his chapters in the collection Critical… Read More ›

Asexuality in Japan

The Asexual Agenda has an interesting interview with a Japanese asexual activist: I recently had the opportunity to chat with harris-hijiri.  harris-hijiri is a native of Japan, and has been involved in asexual activism for about 14 years.  She has… Read More ›