First They Came…

April 19, 2017 That Single Individual 13

I’m sure everyone within our so-called “profession” has by now heard the news concerning what occurred in Louvain with the firing of Stéphane Mercier. Over at the DailyNous, at present there is only one post on the topic. Leiter hasn’t [Continue reading]

Guest Post: In Defense of Autocracy

April 17, 2017 AR-15 6

Jacques emailed the blog with the following argument defending autocracy: Jan [Sobieski] said it would be interesting to hear a defense of autocracy. Here goes. To be clear, it’s only a defense. I don’t claim that autocracy is a good system of [Continue reading]

Left-Leaning Bias in Ethics Textbooks

April 13, 2017 Natural Lawyer 32

Introductory courses in applied ethics often utilize anthologies that purport to offer a balanced series of pro/con readings on any number of controversial moral issues. The readings contained in these textbooks are intended by their editors to be representative of the strongest arguments made [Continue reading]

GLAAD and the “Homosexual Agenda”

April 3, 2017 Catholic Hulk 7

GLAAD, the forerunner of lgbt advocacy, recently published a document entitled Accelerating Acceptance. The document celebrates the recent judicial victories for the lgbt Sexual Revolution, but laments the work ahead. What work? Here’s a passage from the document: Yet, GLAAD’s [Continue reading]

Live and Let Live, or Let the Left Live?

March 31, 2017 Bob le flambeur 21

When historians of philosophy look back on our age they may be surprised by the tolerance analytic philosophers have displayed toward cultural studies, queer studies, postcolonial studies, LGBT studies, women’s studies, gender studies, African-American/black studies, disability studies, and those sections [Continue reading]