(In Parenthesis) is…. welcome sentence about the project utem consul appetere. Vim et natum salutatus prodesset. Mea probatus reprimique ne, ei ipsum offendit eam, te sanctus propriae assueverit qui. Ut hinc quodsi doctus ius.

Read Ana Barandalla’s super post on Stereotype Threat!

A fascinating perspective on the familiar phenomenon of stereotype threat - it involves a form of alienation from oneself, says Ana Barandalla.
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Some reflections on Stereotype Threat

by Ana Barandalla I first became acquainted with the concept of Stereotype Threat (ST) through one of Jenny Saul’s earlier versions of her paper ‘Implicit Bias, Stereotype Threat, and Women in Philosophy’.⁠[i] It felt liberating. The cognitive, emotional, and...
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Workshop with Anthony Kenny, Oxford, 23rd March

In Parenthesis will host a small workshop with Anthony Kenny on 23rd March, in Oxford. The idea is to discuss his influential 'Action, Emotion, Will', partly with a view to throwing light on the mid-century analytic philosophical scene. At 4pm, there will be an open...
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Fire and The Sun Reading Group, London

Hannah Altorf, St. Mary's University London, is hosting a two-session reading group on 'The Fire and the Sun' (but what has this got to do with gender?) on 7th and 8th in London. Wish we could be there! Set up your own satellite. Or get in touch with Hannah, for more...
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Is Philosophy Like Plumbing?

Our wonderful intern Ellie Robinson reflects on Midgley's suggestion that philosophers are more like plumbers than scientists here . You can find out more about Ellie on our Intern...
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WHAT IS PHILOSOPHICAL PLUMBING: ‘Is philosophy like plumbing?’

by Ellie Robson Mary Midgley’s concept of Philosophical Plumbing suggests a distinct approach to the study and subject-matter of moral philosophy. I will endorse this method of practise and its recollection of an aspect of philosophy that has been largely missing from...
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