Tuesday, January 01, 2019

Writings of 2018

Every year on New Year's Day, I post a retrospect of the past year's writings. Here are the retrospects of 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017.

This past year, I worked quite a bit on consciousness and Chinese philosophy, also some on AI ethics, moral psychology, belief, and the sociology of philosophy. May 2019 be similarly fruitful!

-----------------------------------
Book forthcoming:

Full-length non-fiction essays appearing in print in 2018:
Full-length non-fiction essays finished and forthcoming:
Shorter non-fiction:
Editing work:
    In print in 2018: The Oneness Hypothesis (with P.J. Ivanhoe, O. Flanagan, R. Harrison, and H. Sarkissian), Columbia University Press.
    Under contract: Philosophy Through Science Fiction Stories, (with Helen De Cruz and Johan De Smedt). Bloomsbury Press.
Non-fiction essays in draft and circulating:
Science fiction stories:
    I didn't publish any new stories this year, though I have a few in draft that I plan to submit in 2019.
Some favorite blog posts:
Selected interviews:

3 comments:

Unknown said...

"Thus if the "outer"side of Confucianism was conformity and acceptance of social roles, the "inner" side was cultivation of conscience and character." Author: Judith A. Berling

You introduced, retired me, to reading and commenting about philosophy...thanks

Callan S. said...

Something amusing on the previous themes of ethics and philosophy

http://threewordphrase.com/exam.htm

Eric Schwitzgebel said...

:-)