From The New York Times' The Stone blog, was Wittgenstein right? The man who insisted that Western philosophy was based in confusion and wishful thinking is not popular among philosophers — but he should not be dismissed (and a response). Walter D Mignolo on non-European thinkers and philosophers (and more). What is feminist philosophy? Nancy Bauer talks about what attracted her to the field of philosophy and what made her remain there. Virginia Held is the philosopher of care ethics which she thinks is a feminist ethics that preserves the persuasive aspects of kantian, utilitarian and virtue ethics but is better. James Diamond reviews The Quest for God and the Good: World Philosophy as a Living Experience by Diana Lobel. Philosophy is literally the "love of wisdom" — but what does it mean to love, pursue, and possess wisdom? Tom Morris on the Philosopher King of Reality TV.