"First, what an excellent lecture! Thanks for the post, Dallas. I'm beginning to like your style.
Also, I am so jealous of her education, and the philosophical giants she learned from. To learn Rawls from Rawls and Nozick from Nozick…"
"I don't know the context of the situation, but this raises alarms:
Do you ever violate her rights in some way, then apologize, and then continue the behavior? In other words, are your apologies insincere? If so, there's your problem.
Brethren,Please give me your thoughts on this issue.I'm the outside events coordinator for my lodge. Yearly I chair charity fundraisers for local nonprofits.I'm also swimming in student loan debt and have recently learned of opportunities through Americorps that, if I were to claim and get signed time sheets for my hours on projects, would qualify me for student loan repayment (approximately $2400.00 for 700 service hours).We advertise our events on the news, radio and online, do mailings and…See More
I've just joined Manliness and don't see a group dedicated to cigar aficionados.Any cigar smokers out there? Let's share experiences, nice smokes, etc.Looking forward to hearing from all of you!See More
Tamar Gendler, Department of Philosophy Chair at Yale University, Cognitive ScientistWho gets what and who says so? These two questions underlie and inform every social arrangement from the resolution of schoolyard squabbles to the meta-structure of human societies. They are also the basis of political philosophy. Professor Tamar Gendler uses the work of three titans of the discipline, Thomas Hobbes, John Rawls, and Robert Nozick, as a lens to guide us through the taut debate about the role of…See More