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In defense of public philosophy

Daily Nous has run a guest editorial by C. Thi Nguyen defending “public philosophy.” Yes! In fact, it’s telling that public philosophy even needs defense. And defense from whom? Here’s a pull quote from the last paragraph: To speak bluntly: the world is in crisis. It’s war, the soul of humanity is at stake, and […] Continue reading

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In defense of public philosophy

Daily Nous has run a guest editorial by C. Thi Nguyen defending “public philosophy.” Yes! In fact, it’s telling that public philosophy even needs defense. And defense from whom? Here’s a pull quote from the last paragraph: To speak bluntly: the world is in crisis. It’s war, the soul of humanity is at stake, and […] Continue reading

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In defense of public philosophy

Daily Nous has run a guest editorial by C. Thi Nguyen defending “public philosophy.” Yes! In fact, it’s telling that public philosophy even needs defense. And defense from whom? Here’s a pull quote from the last paragraph: To speak bluntly: the world is in crisis. It’s war, the soul of humanity is at stake, and […] Continue reading

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Updating Joho’s style

At long last I’m getting around to updating Joho’s look, for several reasons: First, my last redesign made the page look like it was designed in 1999, although I actually did the redesign about seven years ago, I think. Second, CSS has made it easy enough to avoid using a table as the container for […] Continue reading

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Updating Joho’s style

At long last I’m getting around to updating Joho’s look, for several reasons: First, my last redesign made the page look like it was designed in 1999, although I actually did the redesign about seven years ago, I think. Second, CSS has made it easy enough to avoid using a table as the container for […] Continue reading

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Journalism, mistrust, transparency

Ethan Zuckerman brilliantly frames the public’s distrust of institutional journal in a whitepaper he is writing for Knight. (He’s posted it both on his blog and at Medium. Choose wisely.) As he said at an Aspen event where he led a discussion of it: …I think mistrust in civic institutions is much broader than mistrust […]

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Journalism, mistrust, transparency

Ethan Zuckerman brilliantly frames the public’s distrust of institutional journal in a whitepaper he is writing for Knight. (He’s posted it both on his blog and at Medium. Choose wisely.) As he said at an Aspen event where he led a discussion of it: …I think mistrust in civic institutions is much broader than mistrust […]

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Journalism, mistrust, transparency

Ethan Zuckerman brilliantly frames the public’s distrust of institutional journal in a whitepaper he is writing for Knight. (He’s posted it both on his blog and at Medium. Choose wisely.) As he said at an Aspen event where he led a discussion of it: …I think mistrust in civic institutions is much broader than mistrust […]

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