Philosophy in the Best of the Web Blog Directory


3 Quarks Daily

Eclectic collection of thoughts and insights.

A Brood Comb

Amateur philosopher tries to make sense of life.

APA Governance

Discusses issues relevant to the American Philosophical Association.

Arash's World

Showcases philosophical and existential issues with a focus on psychology, religion, and writing.

Big Monkey, Helpy Chalk

Philosophical thoughts and commentary on life.

Blargh Blog

Online journal focused on philosophy.

Blithering Bunny

Links, resources and commentary on philosophy.

Blog Of Impossible Things

Joel Runyon shares insights and thoughts about his philosophy that impossible is nothing.


Covers the philosophy of mind from an academic point of view.

Close Range

Commentary on philosophical issues and news.

Conscious Entities

Collaborative blog on philosophy.

Consciousness and Culture

Naturalist explanation of the related phenomena of consciousness and culture.

Crooked Timber

Philosophical thoughts on humanity.

Dangerous Idea

Discussion of philosophy, chess, and politics.

Dem Wahren

Effects of philosophy on current events.


Discusses the philosophy of culture.


Insights on philosophy.

Epistemic Value

Collaborative blog with a large number of authors.

Feminist Philosophers

Billed as being news that feminist philosophers can use.

The Garden of Forking Paths

Devoted to agency theory, including related issues in philosophy of action and ethics.

The Geek Philosophers

Offers blog posts on life and philosophy with an area to submit stories.

Gender, Race and Philosophy: The Blog

A forum for philosophers and other scholars to discuss academic work and current affairs with race and gender in mind.

Guide to Reality

Philosophy from an investment manager.

The Hastings Center: Bioethics Forum

Publishes commentary from various perspectives related to issues in bioethics.

Healing Philosophy

Empowering insight from Eastern and Western philosophy

In Socrates Wake

Looks at philosophy and the methods used for critically thinking.

Intuition Girl

Joan Marie Whelan, dubbed the Intuition Girl, utilizes her intuitive gifts to help readers manifest the extraordinary lifestyles that they desire.

Leiter Reports: A Philosophy Blog

News and views about philosophy, the academic profession, academic freedom, and intellectual culture.


Matt and Madeleine Flannagan on Christian Philosophy, theology, ethics, jurisprudence, civil lLiberties, politics, social commentary from a distinctly kiwi (New Zealand) perspective.

Matters of Substance

Features group writings on the academic topic of metaphysics.

Mezomian Community

Insights and commentary on philosophy.

No Borders Metaphysics

Metaphysics blog which focuses on the notion of reality being up for grabs.

Noetic Now

Connecting the science and philosophy of the mind, from the Institute of Noetic Sciences.


Exploration of the philosophical implications of a panexperientialist world view.

Partially Examined Life

Features a regular philosophy podcast by "some guys who were at one point set on doing philosophy for a living but then thought better of it.".

Pas au-Dela

Discussion of philosophy and current events.

PEA Soup

Blog dedicated to philosophy, ethics, and academia.

Philosophers' Carnival

Homepage for the Philosophers' Carnival project.

Philosophical Conversations

Discussion of philosophical issues.

Philosophy of Art

Group weblog on philosophy of art and its various relationships to mind, ethics, and culture.

Philosophy of Genetics

Discusses genetics from a philosophical perspective.

Philosophy of Life & Happiness

Positive approach to philosophy of life and way to find lasting happiness in life.

Thoughts on current events and philosophy.

Prior Knowledge

A philosophy group blog for New Zealanders.

Pro Philosophy

News for and by professional philosophers.


Contains thoughts on philosophy and religion.

The Stone

New York Times blog collecting thoughts from modern philosophers.

Transcendental Philosophy and Naturalism

Blog for the AHRC project.

UCSB Philosophy Blog

Blog from members of the UCSB Department of Philosophy.

What Is It Like To Be A Woman in Philosophy

Short observations (generally fewer than 300 words) sent in by readers, about life as a woman in philosophy.

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