Walking the Talk of Inclusivity: Prohibitive Costs of Bioethics & Humanities Conferences

    Editor’s Note:¬†This guest post comes to us from philosopher Saba Fatima, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Director of Religious Studies at Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville.¬†   Last year, I presented at the 2016 American Society for Bioethics Humanities (ASBH) … Continue reading

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Time to Update IJFAB’s Pronoun Conventions?
Kathryn MacKay

In light of recent controversies in philosophy surrounding how philosophers ought best to write about vulnerable social identities–whether gender or race–I’ve been thinking about some things. Many things, many of which I will not get into here. One of them … Continue reading

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