We, Camille Noûs – Research as a common

by Camille Noûs1,# 1 Cogitamus laboratory, France # Correspondence to: camille.nous@cogitamus.fr Camile Noûs is a collective author intended to embody the collective dimension of scientific research. The sense of collective work has been devalued and forgotten for two decades in academia, through various neoliberal research policies that prioritize competition over cooperation, and thereby favor individualism…

Tech philosophers explain the bigger issues with digital platforms, and some ways forward

by Filippo Santoni de Sio[1], along with Marianna Capasso, Rockwell F. Clancy, Matthew Dennis, Juan Manuel Durán, Georgy Ishmaev, Olya Kudina, Jonne Maas, Lavinia Marin, Giorgia Pozzi, Martin Sand, Jeroen van den Hoven, Herman Veluwenkamp[2] Abstract: This article, written by the Digital Philosophy Group of TU Delft is inspired by the Netflix documentary The Social…

Poetry in Translation: Faiz Ahmed Faiz’s “Upon Returning From Dhaka”

by S. Abbas Raza Faiz visited Bangladesh after it had seceded from Pakistan and become an independent country following a year of bloody civil war (with the Pakistan army responsible for horrific genocide in what was then still East Pakistan). Then he wrote this. The last line is almost certainly an allusion to the apology…