by Mark English The commentary, in many cases, is more important than the thing itself. This applies especially to competitions of various kinds. For example,
by Daniel A. Kaufman Orwell’s influential essay, published in 1946, when considered alongside his “The Prevention of Literature” (1946) and the Appendix to 1984, “The
by Mark English The phrase “sex, drugs and rock and roll” came up on this site recently. People seemed to be generally in favor, as
by Daniel Tippens I graduated from New York University in 2014 and subsequently began working as a research technician in a lab at the medical school.
By Daniel Tippens Most of W.V.O Quine’s landmark essay, “Two Dogmas of Empiricism” is devoted to a critique of the analytic/synthetic distinction. Quine defines an
by Daniel A. Kaufman What could the election of Donald Trump possibly have to do with the plight of academic philosophy? Well, nothing … and