The 7th Philosophers' Carnival has just been published at Mixing Memory. This could be my favourite one yet, with a lot of really interesting links, which are introduced in some detail and tied together nicely by Chris. He also adds some important editorial comments towards the end, calling for more entries from female bloggers and/or philosophy done in the 'continental' and historical traditions. (I personally prefer the 'analytic' approach, but I still agree with Chris' remarks, as I'd like to see a broader range of philosophical approaches represented in future carnivals.)
One other thing: I notice that a couple of submitted entries didn't appear in the final carnival (possibly due to space constraints). But as I very much appreciate people making the effort to submit their posts, I'd like to offer them some recognition here instead. One of these was MelbournePhilosopher's Parable of the Mugs, which raises some interesting questions about collective responsibility. Another is Chase's post on 'change' and personal development at Blindman.
Many thanks to everyone who participated; and to everyone else, I hope you enjoy the carnival!