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In the Black existentialist tradition, freedom lies in the constant struggle for liberation.
Feminist philosophers Kate Soper and Lynne Segal discuss the unsustainable obsession with economic growth and consider what it might look like if we all worked less.
Epiphanies can prompt us to view the world differently, a new book contends. But they are no substitute for ethical and political debate.
Building public trust requires far more than the conveyance of facts and instruction in scientific thinking.
Democratic theory points to two problems: unjust concentrations of power and a flawed theory of knowledge.
The systems that harm animals go hand in hand with systems that harm humans. Combating them requires inter-species solidarity.
Knowing takes radical collaboration: an openness to being persuaded as much as an eagerness to persuade.
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