Brooklyn’s Night of Philosophy: Interview with Ian Olasov

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A Night of Philosophy and Ideas was an all-night marathon of philosophy, including 20-minute lectures, readings, ethical dilemma discussions, musical and dance performances, and philosophical yoga in … Read more…

Writing Popular Philosophy: Interview with Quartz’s Olivia Goldhill

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Olivia Goldhill is a philosophy and psychology journalist with Quartz.  I spoke with her about tips for academic philosophers who are interested in writing for general audiences, … Read more…

Existential Comics: Interview with Corey Mohler

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Existential Comics is a philosophy webcomic that was launched in 2013 by Portland-based software engineer Corey Mohler.  He has published 161 comics with 121 different philosophers as characters.  Existential … Read more…

Night of Philosophy in Paris: Interview with Gregg Caruso

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A Night of Philosophy is an all-night marathon of philosophy presentations and performances, including theater, video art, singing, poetry, dancing, and music.  The seventh installment of the event, organized … Read more…

The Sound of Silence: Where are the Community Stakeholders in the Building of the Big U?

By Leslie Aarons An article in the July 2016 issue of Rolling Stone magazine strikes at the zenith of environmental and public philosophy. Indeed, this … Read more…