traA philosopher examines the uses of science and his love for his son amid the Texas legislature’s debate over appropriate health care for trans kids.
“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