Graham Harman on the analytic/continental divide.
And Levi Bryant commenting.
I agree with both, of course, and have previously discussed the issue. Per Harman, there is a divide. It's not necessarily a bad thing. Those who deny the divide often call for us to do just "philosophy," which happens to accede to the existing (power) structures under another name. As Levi Adds, its also about power, e.g., political and institutional power.
I am very glad that in the just-released JFP a number of ads specify that they want someone with the analytic take on the AoS, or someone who teaches the analytic variant of this or that course. Some might find the recognition of the division as unhelpful for reconciliation. I say quite the contrary; I prefer that we be honest to each other as a starting point of genuine communication. Thank you, departments, for not wasting the time of either of us.
Pluralism does not mean assimilation. It means that we work together and allow each of us to be different.