Tag Archives: Philosophy

Fair Questions: Are philosophers engaging in ideological policing?

Over at Daily Nous, there was a post about an incident of the rejection of a paper during the peer-review process being brought up by the submitter as an instance of ideological policing.  I went to read the source material … Continue reading

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The Importance of Asking Questions

Today I noticed an item over at Daily Nous about a professor of philosophy being convicted of the crime of rape.  The source they linked to was an article that gave much more in depth coverage of the case. It’s … Continue reading

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Fair Questions: What are the Tenets of Progressivism?

Previously I have written about what demarcates conservatism from other political philosophies, and now I would like to examine progressivism in the interest of fairness.  As a disclaimer, I must admit that I am not a progressive.  This is not … Continue reading

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