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Dec
11
2017

The Corruption of Philosophy?


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 1
By Tom Flynn
The John Templeton Foundation spends lavishly—and sometimes questionably—in order to oppose naturalism in philosophy.

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Dec
11
2017

How to Raise Cult-Bait


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By Joanne Hanks with Steve Cuno
How to make absolutely sure that some high-demand cult will take over your life. If that’s really what you want.

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Dec
11
2017

Introduction


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By Judy Walker and Tom Flynn
A balanced approach toward the problems we face will demand the best of science and philosophy.

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Dec
11
2017

A Most Unnatural Alliance


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By Maarten Boudry
Anti-naturalism comes in two flavors, and both may be reactions against a truly irresistible scientific naturalism.

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Dec
11
2017

Wicked Problems


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By Candice Shelby
In a world of wicked problems, philosophy must function in a more engaged and interdisciplinary way.

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Dec
11
2017

Eighteen Templeton Foundation Grants


Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 1
By Tom Flynn
What does the Templeton Foundation spend its money on? Here are eighteen examples.

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Dec
11
2017

The Scientists and the Philosophers Should Be Friends


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By Rebecca Newberger Goldstein
No, philosophy does not compete with science. To the contrary, neither is complete without the other.

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Dec
11
2017

In Closing


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 1
By Judy Walker and Tom Flynn
If philosophical naturalism is as important as secular humanists think it is, we need to be ready to rise to its defense.

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Dec
11
2017

Free Speech and Identity Politics


Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 1
By Robyn E. Blumner
"The paradox of identity liberalism is that it paralyzes the capacity to think and act in a way that would actually accomplish the things it professes to want."

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Dec
11
2017

A Modest Proposal: Get Religion Out of the Charity Sector


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 1
By Tom Flynn
Do church-run charities still have a place in a more secular future? If not, what about humanist charities?

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