Philosophy in Prison: Rethinking Crime and Punishment

“Philosophy in Prison” is a series of posts generated for the APA Blog by Professor Gabriel Rockhill’s philosophy course, “Class, Race and Social Transformation,” which … Read more…

Philosophy in Prison: Educating the Educator

“Philosophy in Prison” is a series of posts generated for the APA Blog by Professor Gabriel Rockhill’s philosophy course, “Class, Race and Social Transformation,” which … Read more…

How Can Philosophy Bake Bread?

Philosophy Bakes Bread podcast

Philosophy Bakes Bread is a radio show and podcast that promotes public philosophy by showcasing philosophy’s relevance for everyday life as well as public policy.  Philosophers including Martha Nussbaum … Read more…

Philosophy in the Contemporary World: Do Antifascist Protests Help the Far Right?

By Shane McDonnell Proper societal organization relies on effective decision making processes. These processes influence our places of work, local communities, education, health services, and … Read more…

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: 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…