Last day of voting!
Browse the nominees in the list below and then go to the bottom of the post to vote.
Alphabetical list of nominated blog names followed by the blog post title:
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- Beauty Demands: Variations on a beauty theme: The uses of ‘normal’
- Big Questions Online: Is Atheism Irrational?
- Experimental Philosophy: Can we have free will and lack it too?
- Feminist Philosophers: On How We Talk About Passing
- Flickers of Freedom: Punishing with a Compatibilist Heart
- Forbes: Why It's Unethical To Go Back In Time And Kill Baby Hitler
- Imperfect Cognitions: Intellectual Humility: Interview with Duncan Pritchard
- Jacob Archambault: On the future of research in the history of philosophy
- Justice Everywhere: (One of) Effective Altruism’s blind spot(s)
- Normlessness and Nihilism: How Metaethics Might Matter
- NPR Cosmos and Culture: Should We Care About The Preservation Of Our Species?
- NYT Opinionator: Can Moral Disputes Be Resolved?
- Orienteringsforsok: Slow corruption
- Oxford University Press Blog: Does the meat industry harm animals?
- Pacificklaus: Sardines, Death and Fear
- PBS Newshour, Making Sense: The case for employee-owned companies
- Philosophical Percolations: Getting out of the philosophers’ rut
- Practical Ethics: Should we intervene in nature to help animals?
- Proof I Never Want To Be President (Of Anything): Rights Are Often Wrong
- Quaeritur: Understanding Climate Change Denial through the Lens of Nietzsche
- Samuel C. Rickless: A History of Western Philosophy in 108 Limericks
- Scientia Salon: Brontosaurus and the nature of philosophy
- Scientia Salon: Yes, terminal patients still have moral obligations
- Slate Star Codex: Contra Caplan on Mental Illness
- Sprachlogik: An Account of Necessity as an Attribute of Propositions
- Step back, step forward: Hypocrisy in general, utilitarianism in particular
- The Electric Agora: That's Not Funny
- The Forum: Are Delusions Bad for You?
- The Mod Squad: Understanding Sentences: Port-Royal, Locke, and Berkeley
- The Philosopher's Beard: Children are special, but not particularly important
- The Philosophers' Cocoon: Pink: The sweet spot of extended cognition
- The Power of Language: Philosophy and Society: Some Arguments against Ethnocentrism
- The World Knot: On Philosophy, Philosophobia and Mysticism
- Thinking Of Things: A False Sense of Insecurity
- University of Birmingham: “Them and Us” no longer: mental health concerns us all
- Vihvelin: Counterfactuals: The Short Course
- What Is It Like To Be A Philosopher? Interview with Michael Ruse
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Voting ends on December 14th at 11:59 pm NYC time.
Results of the voting round (the top twenty most-voted-for posts) will be posted on the main page on December 15th. The finalists will be announced soon after and winners of the contest will be announced on December 28th, 2015.
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