The Public Philosophy Journal is designed to re-envision the relationship between the academy and everyday life by creating a public space for accessible but rigorous scholarly discourse on challenging contemporary issues of public concern.The Public Philosophy Journal is a collaborative endeavor between the Department of Philosophy and the Humanities in a Digital…See More
"Tonight marks the first public event for a new kind of Philosophy-centered partnership in the Hudson Valley -- Philosophy Eats. Global Palate hosts the event, and the chef, Jessica Winchell, assembles a special menu themed to the talk. …"
"Thank you for joining the Public Philosophy Network (PPN), filling out your profile page, and getting involved in affinity groups! We hope that you continue to make this site useful, interesting, and supportive of your work by exploring the other…"
President and Founder of ReasonIO. Also, adjunct instructor, Marist College
Interest in public philosophy? Please be as SPECIFIC AS YOU CAN. Members who answer "yes" or "a lot" will not be approved.
Some of the areas of my work are political philosophy, ethics, and practical reasoning, all of which involve public commitments and engagements. I provide public lectures and workshops aimed at making philosophical figures, ideas, and texts accessible for a general audience. I also recently started a consulting company which brings philosophy into practice by improving educational assessment, and infusing critical thinking and ethics into curricula and organizations
Thank you for joining the Public Philosophy Network (PPN), filling out your profile page, and getting involved in affinity groups! We hope that you continue to make this site useful, interesting, and supportive of your work by exploring the other features that the PPN has to offer and by regularly interacting with other members who share your interests. The growth and development of the PPN will depend on how our members use it, so be creative and see what you can do. If you have tips, successes, or encounter questions regarding how to use the PPN, you can also discuss this on the forum for members. Thanks for your contribution and participation! We also hope that you’ll join us at our in-person conference to be held Oct. 6-8, 2011 in Washington, DC. Please note the details on the PPN website.