This casual article is intended as a quick, informal, not-department endorsed resource for those considering balloting for the Indian philosophy paper for their final year in FHS Philosophy. I comment on why you might prioritize taking this topic as a paper here (in contrast to studying it independently or pursuing a more standard option) and … Continue reading Why take the Indian Philosophy Paper?
We are a collective of students that has come together to write this letter in order to push for swift and systemic representational and curriculum change within the philosophy faculty. We are made up of both undergraduate and graduate level philosophers from a wide range of degree subjects, with a shared passion for diversifying the … Continue reading open letter for diversifying the philosophy faculty and curriculum at oxford
two to three times per year, pwip works with faculty members to host popular exam prep or essay workshop sessions. upon arrival at oxford, first-year students from different philosophy backgrounds are quickly thrust into churning out 1-2 essays per week, without any ensured instruction in precisely what qualifies as the type of essay that translates … Continue reading Philosophy Essay Resources
on the 12th of November PWIP and Philiminality hosted this wonderful event: And firstly, thank you to all who came! this is a quick follow up with resources and ways to get involved and to note we will develop more comprehensive resources that will be shared through our pages (like/follow/sign up for our mailing lists … Continue reading Non-Western Philosophy Resources
this mt19, pwip (people for womxn in philosophy) returns as philosophy-related group with the release of an all-womxn philosopher ‘general philosophy’ reading list. the group aims to prevent womxn* from becoming unnecessarily disengaged from philosophy through providing ‘survival’ resources now and by taking action for tangible structural change. what follows is an explanation of this … Continue reading PWIP General Philosophy Reading List