Political Vaginae

November 30, 2016 Catholic Hulk 62

Earlier I was writing about God, liberty and self-legislation. I wanted to add an extension to that post, because I’m writing a series, but I was sidetracked by a case with the Human Rights Tribunal in British Columbia, Canada. I [Continue reading]

The Girls Who Cry Wolf

November 29, 2016 Federal Philosopher 7

Here is a sober article on the discrimination hypothesis against women in philosophy. The authors identify six lines of argument for the hypothesis, and in each case find that proponents of the discrimination hypothesis, who include distinguished philosophers in fields [Continue reading]

The Recount Dilemma

November 29, 2016 Walter Montgomery 4

In one of the least surprising turn of events since Donald Trump won the presidential election, leftists are demanding recounts in Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania. The irony of such requests is probably not lost on our readers, but let’s highlight [Continue reading]

Election Reflection VI: Daniel von Wachter

November 27, 2016 Natural Lawyer 15

Today’s post by Daniel von Wachter (International Academy of Philosophy, Liechtenstein) is the sixth and final post in a series featuring invited reflections on the recent election from right-of-center philosophers. These philosophers are otherwise not associated with Rightly Considered and should not be [Continue reading]

Election Reflection V: Philippe Lemoine

November 26, 2016 Natural Lawyer 8

Today’s post by Philippe Lemoine (Cornell University) is the fifth post of a six-part series, each featuring invited reflections from a number of right-of-center philosophers. These philosophers are otherwise not associated with Rightly Considered and should not be assumed to hold [Continue reading]

Election Reflection IV: Harold Fine

November 23, 2016 Natural Lawyer 6

Today’s post by Harold Fine is the fourth of a six-part series, each featuring invited reflections from a number of right-of-center philosophers. These philosophers are otherwise not associated with Rightly Considered and should not be assumed to hold views expressed by anyone [Continue reading]

Election Reflection III: Spencer Case

November 22, 2016 Natural Lawyer 17

Today’s post by Spencer Case (University of Colorado, Boulder) is the third of a six-part series, each featuring invited reflections from a number of right-of-center philosophers. These philosophers are otherwise not associated with Rightly Considered and should not be assumed to hold [Continue reading]

Election Reflection II: John Kekes

November 21, 2016 Natural Lawyer 2

Today’s post by John Kekes (Emeritus, University at Albany) is the second of a six-part series, each featuring invited reflections from a number of right-of-center philosophers. These philosophers are otherwise not associated with Rightly Considered and should not be assumed to hold views [Continue reading]

Class Therapy

November 18, 2016 Ragnar 12

Half of my feed is profs/grad students explaining how instead of teaching they conducted group therapy sessions with their students. Seriously, GTFO. First, your students need to grow up–no participation trophies for losing elections. That dumb sticker is all you [Continue reading]

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