When I discuss open relationships with people, after initial uneasiness, I usually hear some variation of “I don’t have any problem with open relationships as a concept. It just isn’t for me.”
I want to show why that is wrong. Open relationships are for everybody.
The words ‘clear’ and ‘unclear’ are the primary descriptive and evaluative adjectives in our philosophical discourse. They can be used in almost any context. Yet philosophers don't really know what it means.
How is it that rows of spelling children can make for entertaining television?
What does gaslighting in the context of academic philosophy look like?
Because we want students to understand the role of technology in the world, as our pedagogy becomes more intermingled with technology, we display a lack of the same skills we are seeking to instill.
We are yet to consider that we might owe some form of moral consideration to something that is not a member of the moral community now but, through human choices, eventually will be.
A hypocrisy explainer in 12 points