Replaying the scene was a way to get past the accident and thus, to carry on with my life. Continue reading Vicarious Grief
Any human activity that has too much money in it invites a culture of corruption. Continue reading The Dark Side of Medical Research
Labor Reports is a column which explores why academic philosophy, as an institution, is going under. Continue reading Coming Soon!
Televised speeches have been the primary form of direct communication between the President and the public. Until Donald Trump. Continue reading Trump, Twitter, and the Norms of Political Communication
After taking a few puffs, a short yet gangly woman in her early fifties appeared, walking in my direction. As she approached, she glared at me and slowed her pace, squinting her eyes and furrowing her brow. Continue reading See Something? Don’t Say Anything.
Societies collectively realize, through painstaking movements and civil upheaval, that the conditions of our world are such that an action that previously had no moral status now has one, recognizing that the scope of morality has expanded. Continue reading The Scope of Morality
Little did I know that I would hear “fuck you” on a depressingly regular basis, when I worked in real estate the following summer. Continue reading The New York Diary Part I
Given what an odd bunch of people go into philosophy and rise through its ranks, there is too much to make fun of to pass up on the opportunity. Continue reading Coming Soon!
Public philosophers, on this view, should take their time, think big, spread their wings, and throw up their own visions of some aspects of the world they live in, despite being unsure of its airtight veracity or logical validity, and being artistically open with terminology and precision. Continue reading Philosophy’s PR Problem: The Devil is The Details