Philosophy in the Contemporary World: The State of Exception, Fifteen Years After 9/11

This series, Philosophy in the Contemporary World, is aimed at exploring the various ways philosophy can be used to discuss issues of relevance to our … Read more…

Philosophy in the Contemporary World: Campus Illiberalism as Moral Fundamentalism

This series, Philosophy in the Contemporary World, is aimed at exploring the various ways philosophy can be used to discuss issues of relevance to our … Read more…

Philosophy in the Contemporary World: Immigration Detention and the Threat of “The American Dream”

This series, Philosophy in the Contemporary World, is aimed at exploring the various ways philosophy can be used to discuss issues of relevance to our … Read more…

Early Career Research Spotlight: Ryan Muldoon

This installment of the early-career research spotlight series looks at the work of Ryan Muldoon. He is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at SUNY Buffalo. … Read more…

Philosophy in the Contemporary World: Dialogue and Demons–Plato on the Dangers of Normalization

By Ada Bronowski “What? Can the devil speak true?” Shakespeare, Macbeth, Act I, sc3. There is a great deal of talk of ‘normalization’ in the … Read more…

Early Career Research Spotlight: John-Patrick Schultz

This installment of the early-career research spotlight series looks at the work of John-Patrick Schultz, currently an adjunct in the Ethics Program at Villanova University … Read more…