Notes on my Kavanaugh Tweet

2018-10-09T18:47:43+00:00

This week (October 5, 2018), I responded to a Twitter thread consisting of a conversation between Bret Weinstein, the American biologist and evolutionary theorist who was once (before the controversy) a professor at Evergreen College, and his brother Eric Weinstein, Managing Director at Thiel Capital, and the man who coined

Notes on my Kavanaugh Tweet2018-10-09T18:47:43+00:00

#55 – August 2018 Q & A

2018-08-20T16:51:45+00:00

Every month (or as close as I can get), I answer questions from the generous people who support me on Patreon. This is the Patreon Q & A from August 2018. 0:00:57 – Announcements 0:06:33 – (Q#1) How are you? 0:12:04 – (Q#2) What can

#55 – August 2018 Q & A2018-08-20T16:51:45+00:00

Three Excerpts from Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief

2018-06-14T09:09:23+00:00

I recently recorded an audio version of Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief (Routledge, 1999), now available at Audible. I believe that the audio version will make the book much more accessible, as I was able to highlight the meaning of the more complex sections with careful intonation. You

Three Excerpts from Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief2018-06-14T09:09:23+00:00

Response to Vox “Feminist Philosopher” Dr. Kate Manne of Cornell

2018-06-08T06:13:38+00:00

On June 6, journalist Sean Illing (email posted on Vox: sean.illing@vox.com) interviewed Assistant Professor of Philosophy (Cornell Philosophy Department) Dr. Kate Manne (the “feminist philosopher”) (Dr Kate Manne's Website) about me and my work. I have decided, in general, not to respond to such pieces, unless (1) they are extremely

Response to Vox “Feminist Philosopher” Dr. Kate Manne of Cornell2018-06-08T06:13:38+00:00

The moral obligation of the moderate leftists

2018-04-12T18:37:14+00:00

Video available at Big Think.  I would like to talk briefly about depolarization on the Left and the Right, because I think there’s a technical problem that needs to be addressed. So here’s what I’ve been thinking about. It’s been obvious to me for some time that, for some reason, the

The moral obligation of the moderate leftists2018-04-12T18:37:14+00:00