For example, in the Open Dhamma section I recently read a thread on the similarities of Buddhism and Stoicism. I have also in other forums read discussions on Nietzsche and Buddhism, to give another example. Really any thread that had a philosophical leaning more than a pragmatic one, I would imagine.
Though the majority of my time spent reading involves the Suttas or some type of commentary, I have also benefited greatly from reading the works of Heraclitus, Marcus Aurelius, and other philosophers. It was therefore my intention to suggest a section for philosophy that is either focused on a different tradition (e.g. Reductionism), or on comparitive thought (e.g. Similarities between Buddhism and Idealism). I imagine it would also have the added benefit of cleaning up the Open Dhamma section a bit, so that it may hold its focus on just Buddhist related discussion.
Thanks for your interest!
"The point of meditation is to essentially push the ego into a corner so that it has nowhere else to go. The ego is based on attachment—our attachment to the body and to ideas. When the ego is cornered and has nowhere to go, the only thing one can do is to put it down. And when one puts down the ego, then that is enlightenment."
- Venerable Sheng-yen