Our latest piece is by Dr. Bertha Alvarez Manninen, on dehumanization & how philosophy can "re-humanize."
Folks in or near Tacoma, WA, check out the South Puget Sound SOPHIA chapter meeting on March 5th @7pm on Disagreement & how to talk across divides. Info here:
In Tacoma, WA, on March 5th, head to the South Puget Sound SOPHIA Chapter's meeting on Disagreement: Strategies for Talking Across Divides at 7pm in Anderson U Ctr rm 213!
This has to be one of the most absurd impediments to smart leadership about guns in the US.
Thanks for sharing, Shane, not that I'm happy to see this.
Our reporter built an untraceable semi-automatic AR-15 rifle, and skirted gun control laws to do it. It wasn't very hard.
While this is good, it's not nearly enough. How many kids have to die?
CNN has taken up the story featuring my sister-in-law & father-in-law & a crazy medical bill. With more info:
On some lawmakers' logic, arming each person there would make the President safer... Still #heartbroken.
One modest measure worth trying, among other measures, I'd say, from the National Review.
Thanks, Melvin, for pointing out this beautiful review essay on the Black Panther film. The richness of perspectives in it is profound.
Somehow I find this distributing as well as a good idea.
Some explicit language, but a thoughtful veteran's blog post. The thing I think everyone forgets about the Second Amendment is the "well REGULATED MILITIA" part. It's supposed to establish the point and parameters of the right. It's time we make that part of what the right means.
Put the Philosophy back into the doctor of Philosophy... (Check it out, Dominique Weber)
In this final episode of 2017, Dr. Annie Davis Weber talks about Buddhism in our first ep recorded live on the air. Listen & #share!
The last ep of 2017 was our 1st recorded live on air, featuring Dr. Annie Davis Weber, on learning from Buddhism. Enjoy & #share!
Holy smokes, yall. This story is unvelievable, except that it's on NPR & my sister-in-law...