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John Douglas Macready
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John Douglas Macready replied to Rita Manning's discussion Documentaries in the group Crime, Punishment, and Mass Incarceration
"For those of you who missed this important documentary, you can view it online at:http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/lost-in-detention/"
Oct 22, 2011
John Douglas Macready joined Rita Manning's group
Oct 10, 2011
John Douglas Macready joined Sarah S. Richardson's group
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Race, Gender, and Biology

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.
Jun 27, 2011
John Douglas Macready joined Michael W. Austin's group
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For Goodness' Sake

Following Aristotle, this group is dedicated to reflecting, discussing, and seeking ways to put moral philosophy to work for the sake of personal and social moral progress.
Jun 27, 2011
John Douglas Macready joined Daniel Susser's group
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Pedagogy: Public Philosophy in the Classroom

A discussion about higher education and the role of philosophy in it, as well as strategies, methods, and tools for teaching philosophy and critical thinking in the university and elsewhere.
Jun 27, 2011
John Douglas Macready is now a member of Public Philosophy Network
Jun 27, 2011

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University of Dallas
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Interest in public philosophy? Please be as SPECIFIC AS YOU CAN. Members who answer "yes" or "a lot" will not be approved.
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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At 2:04pm on June 27, 2011, George J. Aulisio said…
Thanks for joining the Public Philosophy Network (PPN)! We hope that you find ways to make the site helpful and supportive of your work and interests by joining an affinity group or participating in a discussion on one of the forums. If your interests aren’t yet represented, you can also start a group or discussion of your own! As we build up the site, we are counting on our members to help us make it a success. So thanks again for being a part of it, and thanks in advance for your contributions.  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.
 
 
 

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