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Gourmet Adventures 2019 — Diane Seed

My website has become an embarrassment as I try rather incompetently to update it. Mark Collard, from Jigsaw designs, is working on a new look, which will be up soon. In the meantime here are details for this year, and you can find full details on the messy, old website. Puglia October 4 – 11 […]

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Rice in a cold climate — Diane Seed

In the north of Italy rice is the great culinary protagonist, and the great paddy fields follow the river Po through Piemonte, Lombardia and the Veneto. A dish of risotto stays hot for much longer than pasta, and in these regions rice is also used in hearty minestre and baked, layered dishes. When I started […]

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American Philosophical Association Eastern- Virtual Issue 2019 — The Philosopher’s Eye

By Elizabeth Levine In January 2019, the American Philosophical Association will hold its Eastern meeting in New York City. In honor of the One Hundred and Fifteenth meeting, Wiley has compiled a free collection of the top cited articles in Philosophy from our publishing partners journals. This collection can be read by anyone until […]

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The Immacolata, Christmas and future Travels — Diane Seed

Today, 8th December, is a public holiday in Italy, the day when the Catholic Church honours the Virgin Mary who was herself conceived without original sin. The Pope visits Piazza di Spagna and holds a service around the Column. For most Italians today is the beginning of Christmas, and the Christmas tree lights are turned […]

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Wiley Humanities Festival 2018: Why Technology Matters: The Humanities in the 21st Century — The Philosopher’s Eye

The field of humanities is changing rapidly, along with the world, as new technologies alter centuries of tradition in various disciplines. In this, the third year of the Wiley Humanities Festival, we’ll focus on the digital humanities, and how technology has revolutionized the way the humanities will be taught, learned, and researched for years to come. The […]

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Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 Philosopher’s Annual! — The Philosopher’s Eye

Each year, The Philosopher’s Annual faces the daunting task of selecting the 10 best articles in philosophy published that year. For 2017, they’ve chosen three articles from journals published by Wiley: Jane Friedman’s article “Why Suspend Judging?” published in Noûs, Derek Parfit’s article “Future People, the Non-Identity Problem, and Person-Affecting Principles,” published in Philosophy & […]

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