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…

Philosophy in the Contemporary World: The Moral Imperative to Assume the Worst—Philosophy’s Response to Donald Trump

With this post, the Blog of the APA is beginning a new ongoing series. Philosophy in the Contemporary World is aimed at exploring the various … Read more…

APA Member Interview: Jill Delston

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Jill Delston has interests in social and political philosophy, normative ethical theory, applied ethics, and ancient Greek philosophy. She is the co-editor of a textbook … Read more…