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The origins of philosophy, wherever you trace those origins to, begin in engaged conversations about how to live well. Philosophy is public engagement with the questions that concern us all. To emphasize this part of my core responsibility as an academic who teaches philosophy. This is very general. Much more specifically, I teach a course in Urban Philosophy. My research is on what Gillian Rode called "the broken middle"; the missing conversation between the personal and the political.
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