Friday, June 09, 2023

Free and Equal: What Would a Fair Society Look Like?


Meet the Folks Lining Up for Elon Musk’s Brain Implant

Neuralink Corp. has been cleared by the FDA to start human trials for its medical technology — and there's no shortage of potential volunteers 

Best Practices for Disclosure and Citation When Using Artificial Intelligence Tools

 Citation When Using Artificial Intelligence Tools (January 26, 2023). Available at SSRN:

“This article is intended to be a best practices guide for disclosing the use of artificial intelligence tools in legal writing. The article focuses on using artificial intelligence tools that aid in drafting textual material, specifically in law review articles and law school courses. The article’s approach to disclosure and citation is intended to be a starting point for authors, institutions, and academic communities to tailor based on their own established norms and philosophies. Throughout the entire article, the author has used ChatGPT to provide examples of how artificial intelligence tools can be used in writing and how the output of artificial intelligence tools can be expressed in text, including examples of how that use and text should be disclosed and cited. The article will also include policies for professors to use in their classrooms and journals to use in their submission guidelines.”

  1. Propositional Logic by Curtis Franks.


  1. Xenophanes by James Lesher.
  2. Walter Chatton by Rondo Keele and Jenny Pelletier.
  3. Constitutionalism by Wil Waluchow and Dimitrios Kyritsis.
  4. Structural Realism by James Ladyman.


  1. The Compactness Theorem by Robert Leek and A. C. Paseau. (Revised)


  1. Imitation of Rigor: An Alternative History of Analytic Philosophy by Mark Wilson is reviewed by Katherine Brading.

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Open-Access Book Reviews in Academic Philosophy Journals     ∅       

Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media   

  1. Plato of Athens: A Life in Philosophy by Robin Waterfield is reviewed by Jane O’Grady at The Telegraph.
  2. Free and Equal: What Would a Fair Society Look Like? By Daniel Chandler is reviewed by Jonathan Wolff at the Times Literary Supplement.