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I know we've got some other philosophy geeks around here, so I figure it couldn't hurt to ask.
So, as an undergrad I was a Philosophy/English major. At my school at least, we studied the classical philosophers extensively, and I only had a handful of courses on contemporary philosophy. Since I graduated I kind of stopped exploring new philosophers. I'm tired of feeling like I'm missing out. What's the best way to keep on top of new philosophers and theories? Do any of you subscribe to the various journals? Which would you recommend? I'm mostly looking for developments in analytics and such, not necessarily debates on older systems of philosophy.
So, how do you guys keep up on current trends in philosophy?