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Blog of the APA
The Blog of the American Philosophical Association (APA) aims to share a variety of perspectives from a broad array of APA members, to highlight the activities being undertaken by the APA, as well as provide a forum where the APA leadership and membership can communicate with one another more effectively.
1000-Word Philosophy: Philosophy of Sex and Gender
1000-Word Philosophy: An Introductory Anthology is a constantly-growing collection of original essays on important philosophical topics. These essays are introductions rather than argumentative articles. Each essay is as close to 1000 words (while never going over!) as the author can get it. A 1000-word essay takes between five and ten minutes to read. That’s about the length of a short bus ride or a waiting room stay, or the lead-up to a class meeting.
Trans Philosophy Bibliography
Here you will find a growing bibliography of trans philosophy.
What is Your Gender? A Friendly Guide to the Public Debate (Practical Ethics)
Hello, my name is Brian. I’m a philosopher and a cognitive scientist and I work on issues that have to do with sex, gender, sexuality, and identity. These are topics that, as you’ve probably seen, are playing out in the public discussion quite a lot.
Why be Nonbinary? (Aeon)
A world segregated into male and female categories feels suffocating. Nonbinary identity is a radical escape hatch.