A majority of comics profess to solely be interested in getting a laugh. Something about that just doesn’t sit well with me.
[From PEL Citizen and friend of the podcast Roy Spence]
The publication of John Rawls’s A Theory of Justice in the early 1970s led welfare economists to derive various interpretations of the Rawls’ second principle of justice,…Read more »
One of the groovy things about our new “open” society is how venerated institutions of higher learning like Yale are being strong-armed into sharing their course content online with the unwashed masses (aka you and me).…Read more »
Dan Mullin is a philosophy grad student and part-time teacher who runs a blog called The Unemployed Philosopher’s Blog. His mission statement is to challenge the view that a philosophical education isn’t of much value for employment. As he says:
My name is Daniel Mullin and I’m a philosophy grad student and part-time teacher.…Read more »