New additions to the Heap of Links…
- — there are irrational reasons for this, but also a rational one, writes James Harold (Mount Holyoke)
- — one wonders whether such a project would be possible, eventually, for parts of philosophy
- — Shane Wilkins on the Presidential Management Fellowship, a 2-year program to train recent graduate degree earners for positions in the US federal government
- — and, says Fiona Woollard (Southampton), “this matters because in order to think properly about the ethics of abortion we need to know what being pregnant is like”
- — what’s better: fewer kids created, each with a lower chance of injury in a car crash, or more kids created, each with a higher chance of such injury? (via Robert Long)
- — Will Fleisher (Northeastern) responds to Alexandra Plakias (Hamilton)
- — professors in some other disciplines can, too
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