Welcoming philosophical discussions of biological research on race and gender differences, with a focus on controversial claims circulating in the popular press. Post papers and events, discuss new scientific research, and share resources.
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My interest in public philosophy stems from my study of Hannah Arendt. Specifically, her emphasis on the importance of creating and sustaining a vibrant public sphere in which human speech and action can flourish and make contributions to the wider human community.
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