“Development” multiplies desires and transforms them into needs. But we are the ones who are under-developed – spiritually shallow, debilitated by needs, distracted by things.
My colleague is trying to get his students thinking about ethics by putting forward an issue of public morals and conscience. I agree with him
I am very happy to hear that my good brother (and graduate director) finds his new book, A Field Philosopher’s Guide to Fracking, on the DailyBeast’s
Adam Briggle–my friend, colleague, and PhD director–gets a nice review of his latest book from the New York Times. Really glad to see this. Many reviews
Ecological Economics publishes a peer reviewed econo,if and environmental justice study of shale gas development in my hometown of Denton, Texas. The article is co-authored
My colleagues Adam Briggle, Robert Frodeman and Britt Holbrook continue their work on the philosophy of impact and the impact of philosophy… Today even the