Political theorist Flinders Professor George Crowder has been made a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia. He joins an elite group of […]
A discussion on the work of prominent Australian philosopher Raimond Gaita at Flinders today (July 13) will have a highly expert participant – the philosopher himself.
Although poles apart geographically and politically, Adelaide’s radical philosopher Brian Medlin and English novelist Iris Murdoch enjoyed a long and lively correspondence.
“Let us renew that commitment, our commitment to Australia and Australia’s cause – the cause of freedom, fairness, justice and peace.”
Multiculturalism’s portrayal as a threat to liberal democracy is unwarranted.
Moralism is a vice masquerading as a virtue, a Flinders philosopher says, while a colleague asserts both atheists and fundamentalists base their views on a misconceived idea of religion.
David Hume is among the best known names in Western philosophy, but appreciation of the influential Scottish thinker’s work tends to be fragmented, according to world-renowned Hume scholar Dr Stephen Buckle.