* Brendan Woods discusses Euthyphro Dilemmas
* Looking around for something on error statistics, I discovered that Deborah Mayo has a blog, Error Statistics Philosophy. Mayo is one of the top philosophers of statistics, and her approach to the general philosophy of science, error statistics (PDF), has always seemed to me to be far more plausible than Bayesian epistemologies. Bayesians, of course, would disagree.
* D.G. Myers discusses the doctor/patient relationship.
* Archambeau discusses parallels between Kant's account of the sublime and Russell's account of the intellectual.
* Some recent SEP articles of interest:
Philosophy of Humor (John Morreal)
Japanese Pure Land Philosophy (Dennis Hirota)
* It's looking like Germany will pass a ban on bestiality in the next few weeks; animal welfare issues, of course.
* Robert C. Rubel, The Epistemology of War Gaming (PDF)
* Gerald Russello reviews a book on John Witherspoon, America's most important connection with the Scottish Enlightenment.
* Palaeocast is a paleontology podcast that looks interesting.