And recently, the site owners have compiled the 100 Best Blogs for the Literati. If "literati" doesn't sound like you, then take a look anyway. And if you are a thinker wanting to engage with others in various ways about different topics, then you'll find some very interesting blogs organized around the following categories:
Art, Politics and Law, History (where some of my favorite blogs are listed), Society and Culture, Languages, Literature, Philosophy, Writing, Film, and Music and Performance.
You'll see that the organizer of the site goes on to say:
If you feel that you’re destined to be an intellectual long after you graduate from college, you’re going to have to work a little harder to keep up with high brow culture and scholarly debates on your own. These 100 blogs will help you jump in on the discussions influencing the art, literature, political and culture worlds, even without the support of your professors and fellow classmates.And as you look through the "philosophy blogs" for "comment on literature, political theory, culture and more," you might find something else. You might find yourself coming back over here. Blog number 76 is
"Aristotle’s Feminist Subject: Read this blog if you’d like to discover how Aristotle was actually a chauvinist."
So we don't disappoint, let's just say Aristotle, the logical objective father of science and philosophy, more than "discovered" that females, because of Nature, have fewer teeth than males.