Elsewhere on the web, there have been a number of recent discussions that may be of interest to readers of this weblog, some of which I've been involved with. Berit Brogaard has made a number of interesting posts about two-dimensionalism: e.g. Chalmers on De Re Epistemic Ascriptions, 2Dism and Epistemic Extension, Modal Adverbials, and Another 2D Puzzle. The last two of these have had lively discussions that have clarified a number of issues. Eric Schwitzgebel posted on Chalmers on "Modal Rationalism", again with a lively and useful discussion thread. Pete Mandik's work-in-progress blog has hosted a discussion of Brendan Ritchie's paper "Dualism and the Limits of Conceivability", as well as a lively thread on Hyperbolic Mary. Wo has a post on Conceivably Possible Zombies. Esa Diaz Leon has a post on Stoljar on actors and zombies and two on my paper "Phenomenal Concepts and the Explanatory Gap". Robert Howell at Brain Pains has two posts on Daniel Stoljar's "Categorical Phenomenalism", with a reply by Stoljar. As always, Conscious Entities has a lot of interesting material on consciousness. And Mixing Memory has a fine zombie music video.
Update: See also a very interesting exchange between John Bengson, Adam Pautz, and others at Close Range on Being Aware of Uninstantiated Universals. Also, Berit has a new post on 2D and Context-Sensitive Predicates.