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Sharing this interesting event:
01/08/23, 7:00 p.m. (CEST, UTC+02:00), Dr. Huaping Lu-Adler will be giving an online lecture "Moving through Racism with Love: What I have learned from studying Kant and Racism".
Did you know that you can now support the DRL by making a donation? The #MarcSandersFoundation is now accepting donations on our behalf here:
Any amount would go a long way to help us maintain the list and pursue all of our projects!
🧵🎉🎉🎉 We're beyond excited to share that the Marc Sanders Foundation is now supporting the DRL! Check out our dedicated page on their website: https://marcsandersfoundation.org/diversity-reading-list/
The DRL does Research!! 👩🎓
Our Epistemology Editor, Quentin Pharr, along with our co-managers, @SimonFokt and Clotilde Torregrossa, wrote a paper on 'Indexing Philosophy in a Fair and Inclusive Key', and it's now out in the Journal of the @apaphilosophy! https://tinyurl.com/3ucf28jp
Very much looking forward to discussing "Which Bodies Have Minds? Feminism, Panpsychism, and the Attribution Question," with the Feminist Philosophy of Mind online reading group tomorrow April 5th at 5pm UK time. Registration details are below!