The Claremont Colleges are getting their first philosophy journal: “Tabula Rasa” will publish accessible, multimedia philosophy content. Read more here.
Pomona professor Ellie Anderson co-hosts new podcast titled Overthink” that blend current events and pop culture with philosophical theory
Imagine if the action of eating a banana every morning was steadily earning you a place in hell. Welcome to NBC’s “The Good Place.”
Much to the disappointment of a few vocal “Rick and Morty” fans, merely tuning in to the explicit excursions of sardonic scientist Rick Sanchez and his dimwit grandson Morty does not demonstrate intellectual superiority. As a rule, it’s best to disregard anyone who feels the need to establish themselves as
Philosophy, much to the chagrin of the scientistic intelligentsia, is inescapable. The study of life’s animating questions protects the mind against the tyranny of common opinion, certainty, and the pitfalls of post-truth politics. Philosophy should be taught in the elementary, middle, and high school curriculum. It’s an inexpensive way to