Do extreme circumstances reveal truths of political philosophy or do they reinforce whatever it is we already believe?
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Spinoza: moving to center stage in the modern canon?
How shall we face adversity?
What happened right before customers took action?
Would it be the end of your career?
But what would happen if you didn’t give the customer what they said they wanted instead?
Was he too healthy to begin with, as it were, such that the body's immune response was too strong?
It makes no sense at all to do it differently, does it?
Is there something I can do now before the new normal is entirely in place, that can build a foundation for this new behavior?
What is the ideal action you want them to take?
What is love under patriarchy?
How can a leader use speech inspire others to action?
Why are we now seeing a resurgence of musical TV shows?
Does that mean that I am rejecting the heart of Buddhism?
Blast from the past: if universities had only arisen after WWII, would philosophy have been taught?
Is this an edifying prompt to engage in public moral thinking, or a spectacular distraction of the kind that those Marxist theorists keep warning us about?
The real question becomes why have Republicans arrived at a consensus denying climate change when the evidence points to the contrary?
Does K's critique actually apply to our present age?
But what about dead animals, like the rat Paul tasered?
Is there any civilized nation on the planet that would permit heavily armed morons to parade about in a state government building like this (with the result, by the way, that state legislators are wearing bullett proof vests)?
So what happens if you solve overcrowding psychologically rather than numerically?