‘A Philosopher’s Take’ Reaches a Milestone

Posted on October 27, 2014 by


At some point tomorrow the blog will hit 100,000 views! Congrats to all of our contributors and to my friend and fellow contributor Aaron for taking on a larger role in coordinating the blog with me. Once I finish up this dissertation I will be blogging more but in the meantime we’ll be sure to post at least once a week or so. So thanks for tuning in so far and I’m sure that our best posts are yet to come.

I started the blog in May of 2012 and we get about 200-250 hits per day (!) with the numbers steadily climbing nearly every month since it began. With the addition of a few new bloggers the ‘Philosopher’s Take’ community is expanding and stronger than ever. I’d like to take this time to thank all 1833 followers as well as all of our contributors. This is a group blog and any philosophers interested in contributing feel free to shoot me an email at aphilosopherstake (at) gmail (dotcom). We are particularly seeking women contributors. I have decided not to accept advertisements as of yet. The offers I have received thus far were not in the best interest of the blog so until academic publishers or more reputable companies approach us you can rest assured that the layout and lack of advertisements will continue as it has.

Lastly, I will be featured author over at Flickers of Freedom in the month of January, an opportunity I was very happy to accept! I will be cross posting my posts from there on this blog as well so you can all be kept in the blogging loop so to speak. I’ll be posting about twice a week and the topics will all be free will and moral responsibility related (go figure). I’ll be detailing some of the arguments I give in my dissertation so any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

We will also be adding some new contributors and some new features in the months to come so stay tuned.

Thanks again for all who have tuned in and contributed. We’ll continue to expand our list of bloggers and the topics we discuss.

Cheers!

-Justin