In this week's Amor Mundi, we reflect on how Title IX is being interpreted on college campuses, explore the ethics of cryptography, and much more!
Posted on 13 December 2015 | 9:00 pm
Jennie Han explores the concept of “home” with respect to our discussions of the ongoing student protests on American college campuses.
Posted on 29 November 2015 | 8:00 pm
Laurie Naranch wonders if education can prepare us to assume responsibility for and help renew the common world.
Posted on 2 August 2015 | 8:00 pm
In our Amor Mundi, we celebrate the end of marriage inequality in the U.S., reflect on the life of Clementa Pinckney with President Obama, and much more.
Posted on 28 June 2015 | 8:01 pm
In this week's Amor Mundi, we meditate on Arendt's support for the right of social discrimination, reflect on the meaning of hate, and much more!
Posted on 6 April 2015 | 10:00 am
Laurie Naranch discusses how the Italian philosopher Adriana Cavarero uses Arendt to argue for a narratable self in defense of individual uniqueness.
Posted on 23 March 2015 | 10:00 am
In this week's Amor Mundi, we discuss several different observers' reactions to the Charlie Hebdo attacks, meditate on the use of satire as a form of political commentary, reflect on the legacy of Ferguson, and much more.
Posted on 12 January 2015 | 11:30 am
In this week's Amor Mundi, we reevaluate our basic understanding of liberty, reflect on whether economic inequality undermines democracy, realize the blame of the Bush-Cheney White House in allowing torture to flourish in the CIA, and much more.
Posted on 5 January 2015 | 11:30 am
In this week's Amor Mundi, we reflect on how one's living environment growing up affects one's future, wonder whether privacy exists in our networked society, realize the exponential decline of innovation, and much more.
Posted on 17 November 2014 | 10:30 am
Roger Berkowitz discusses an essay written by Raymond Guess on the failure of contemporary thinking at the hands of denial, debt, and John Rawls' philosophy.
Posted on 16 August 2014 | 10:56 am