Minasuk/ May 14, 2016/ Uncategorized

If Philosophy Won’t Diversify, Let’s Call It What It Really Is | New York Times | May 2016 The vast majority of philosophy departments in the United States offer courses only on philosophy derived from Europe and the English-speaking world. For example, of the 118 doctoral programs in philosophy in the United States and Canada, only 10 percent have a

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Minasuk/ November 22, 2015/ Uncategorized

To Weld, Perchance, to Dream | New York Times | November 2015 Simon Critchley: It’s not often that one finds oneself uniquely qualified to comment on a matter in the popular media, but when Marco Rubio argued at the Republican debate last week that the country needs “more welders and less philosophers,” I had my moment. My father was a

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Minasuk/ September 6, 2015/ Uncategorized

Job Ad | Academia.edu | September 2014 Something satirical I wrote, after a long day combing the Jobs for Philosophers.