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Rachel McKinnon

Love the idea. I'm interested :)

Marcus Arvan

Rachel: Thanks, and great to hear you're interested. I'll be in touch! :)

Elisa Freschi

Hi Marcus, surely a nice idea! (However, I am afraid I do not understand the way you distinguish the PhC feature from the Flickers of Freedom's one.)

Marcus Arvan

Hi Elisa: I'm not quite what you mean by "PhC". I assume you're just referring to their Featured Author series. Anyway, one main difference is that whereas Flickers focuses on free will, our series would be open to authors engaging in all kinds of research. A second main difference is that our series would be unusually "open." Basically, anyone who has published peer-reviewed work can volunteer to take part. One wouldn't have to be invited or "vetted" to be a Featured Author here. Rather, anyone who wishes to be featured would have the opportunity.

Elisa Freschi

Thanks for the explanation, Marcus.
(By PhC I just meant Philsophers' Cocoon, sorry!)

Justin Caouette

Great idea, Marcus.

Moti Mizrahi

Great idea, Marcus!

A.P. Taylor


I would be interested. Though I only have one published paper, so not exactly a significant body of work to draw on.

Marcus Arvan

Justin and Moti: Thanks!

A.P.: Glad to hear you're interested! No worries about only having one pub. If you're a published author, you can be a Featured one! I'm looking to feature early-career people at all stages of their publishing careers.

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