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Warren’s Introduction to EcoFeminism

Karen Warren is an ecofeminist scholar, and was Professor and Chair of Philosophy at Macalester College in Minnesota.
Posted in Environmental Philosophy, Ethics, Philosophy, Social & Political Philosophy, Texts Tagged with: ,

Leopold’s Land Ethic

Aldo Leopold on Rimrock above the Rio Gavilan in northern Mexico
Posted in Environmental Philosophy, Philosophy, Philosophy Blog, Texts

Seed’s “Beyond Anthropocentrism”

John Seed
Posted in Environmental Philosophy, Philosophy, Texts

Abram’s “Merleau-Ponty and the Voice of the Earth”

David Abram
Posted in Environmental Philosophy, Philosophy, Texts

Pascal’s Wager for God

"Pascal," by Mitch Francis
Posted in Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion, Texts

Wittgenstein’s Serious Games

"Wittgenstein," by Mitch Francis
Posted in Philosophy, Texts

Turing’s Test for Personhood

"Alan Turing," by Mitch Francis
Posted in Metaphysics, Philosophy, Texts

Descartes’ Meditations

"Rene Descartes," by Mitch Francis
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Are Student Loans Immoral?

NYU sociologist Andrew Ross

by Andrew Ross, The Daily Beast (09.27.12). Millions of grads are saddled with unpayable student loans, yet colleges still say they’re a sound investment. NYU professor Andrew Ross asks if it’s time to stop repaying the loans. Straight talk about

Posted in Philosophy Blog

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