Considering issues of food regulation, food as a human right, food access, and all related. Led by Jonathan H. Marks, Director Penn State's Bioethics program and Associate Director, Rock Ethics InstituteSee More
Interest in public philosophy? Please be as SPECIFIC AS YOU CAN. Members who answer "yes" or "a lot" will not be approved.
Pragmatism, political philosophy, and ethics. Teach grad seminars on international environmental institutions and law, sustainable development and climate change adaptation, food security and environmental change, public policy and ethics, and environmental ethics.
Also, teach a course in Indonesia on social-ecological systems and development policy; a course in Peru (in the Amazon and Lima) on sustainable development, informal economies, environmental policy, and indigenous peoples' rights; and courses on policy and ethics to mid-level Chinese government officials.
Research and publishing on pragmatism, environmental philosophy and policy, democratic development, climate change, technological transfer in the climate regime, institutional analysis, globalization, biodiversity conservation mechanisms, international environmental agreements, agrarianism, complex adaptive systems, and human rights, particularly torture.
Books on agrarianism and pragmatism, torture, sustainability, and a forthcoming volume on pragmatist public policy analysis.
I am as interested in public philosophy as I am in philosophy truly engaging and learning from analysis of the details of policy institutions and mechanisms, theories and practices, procedures and political realities, and the intersection between inquiry-driven philosophy, economic practices and theories, and fair and effective public policy.
Comment Wall (1 comment)
You need to be a member of Public Philosophy Network to add comments!
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. We strongly encourage you to upload a photo on your profile pages and to complete your profile so that other members with similar interests can network with you. You can set privacy settings to control who has access to your page and who sends you e-mail. For directions on this, click here.
Thanks again for joining us, 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. Details are available by choosing the top tab “Public Phil Conference” on the PPN home page and selecting your options. You can register for the conference on the site by going to: