For the past five years, the Prindle Institute for Ethics, out of Depauw University, has been a kind and generous host to the Soup. Andy Cullison, the director of the institute, reached out to us early on in his tenure to bring the Soup to Prindle, » …Read more
We’re pleased to announce our next Ethics Review Forum on Jonathan Quong’s The Morality of Defensive Force (OUP 2020), reviewed by Joseph Bowen. The forum will start on Tuesday, April 13th at noon. Save your comments until then—we’ll be posting a new thread once it gets started. » …Read more
We at PEA Soup are calling for short pieces (max 2000 words) of public philosophy for the new segment of our blog, The Pebble. Posts submitted should be accessibly written by philosophers and grapple with topics of broad, public concern in the area of politics, » …Read more
Welcome to this weekend’s discussion of Anthony Kelley‘s “The Welfare-Nihilist Arguments Against Judgement Subjectivism“. We encourage you to share your thoughts in the comments section.