Changes are coming to Rightly Considered. I wanted to take a moment to announce that, as some of our regular contributors finish up semesters.
We started this website with hopes that it might gain some following, but not really knowing what to expect. We didn’t know whether anyone outside of ourselves would care. What we learned in the following months was that people do care—we’ve had a number of other major blogs link to us, we’ve gotten a number of commenters from across the political spectrum, and we’ve received emails from professors expressing thanks for finally voicing a different perspective in philosophy. All this, despite the fact that we are a handful of folks who are new to running a website.
Which brings me to our plans to grow and improve the website. Over the coming days and weeks, we will be making tweaks to the website. This period of change also seemed like a good time to introduce a new writer to our team—Lucius Vorenus. Vorenus is a philosopher somewhere in the United States. A former libertarian, he would now describe his views as a mix of classical liberalism and Burkean conservatism. He also thinks academic philosophy is long overdue for a shake up.
We look forward to posts from Lucius, and we remain committed to making this a platform for the philosophical right.
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- Hypatia: A Bridge Too Far? - May 10, 2017
- Earth Day - April 23, 2017
- Quick Reaction: Was the Syria Strike Morally Permissible?* - April 8, 2017
- A Response to Jenkins and Ichikawa: If You Like Your Mononormativity, You Can Keep Your Mononormativity - March 25, 2017
- Go Ahead, Make My Day—Defund the NEH! - March 20, 2017
- There are No “Safe Spaces” - February 13, 2017
- Make Philosophy Great Again: End Leiter Reports and Daily Nous - January 12, 2017
- A Conservative Virtue - December 17, 2016
- A More Honest Statement from the APA - December 9, 2016