Your Brain on Grief, Your Heart on Healing

The particular bit of hardware is the brain’s posterior cingulate cortex — our built-in GPS of love. Scanning the environment and processing innumerable bits of sensory information, the PCC is constantly calibrating and recalibrating the psychological distance between us and…

Philosophy News Share: End of May, 2022

As mentioned in my Summer 2022 Plans, to help keep readers up to date with philosophy news this summer, I’ll be be creating a space each month for individuals and institutions to share news. This is not an exhaustive list,…

Summer 2022 Plans: a Note to Readers

Bye for now. (Please note that comments requiring moderator approval may, during this period, take longer than usual to appear, as I will not be on the site as much.) I’ve been running Daily Nous for over 8 years with…

New: Journal of Social and Political Philosophy

JSPP aims to provide an inclusive forum for social and political theorists and philosophers that will extend the range and depth of constructive engagements between East Asian and Western social and political thought. As a broad spectrum journal of social…