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Extra, extra, more time to turn in surveys for evaluators “struggling with other obligations,” according to the latest from Leiter (see annoncement below).
We here at UP@NIGHT wondered what kinds of roadblocks the PGR evaluators have been facing in completing the taxing PGR survey. 218 more words
Sad day for philosophy. Brian Leiter has doubled down on his promotion of the Philosophical Gourmet Report (see photo below). Under pressure over the merits of the PGR, and in light of some high-level defections from the ranks of well-regarded past evaluators, he has now published a list of names of people who have sent in their surveys, shiny tokens meant to lure–or coerce?—other philosophers into the PGR web. 210 more words
In a recent exchange with a chaired professor from the UK, in which the professor says that he will not be participating in the PGR this year, and states that “the whole thing has had its day,” and another respected philosophy professor chimes in, “a list of all those who’ve turned it down would be a good thing,” Leiter replies that he is sorry he won’t be receiving the professor’s input, but also declares, “You’re in the minority.” 121 more words