"Philosophical practice is a public good and should therefore be practiced in and with various publics. It has the explicit aim of benefiting public life & should be liberatory. Public Philosophy should assist and empower those who are most vulnerable and suffer injustice, particularly through a critical analysis of power structures" (PPP 2010).
|Higher Education Consortium on Poverty
Philosophy and HBCUs III will be held April 1-2, 2016. Click here for more info.
The Fall Colloquia Flyer is here
Tuesday, September 8
9:30 AM USC 210
Dr. Harlan Beckley, Executive Director
Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty
An information session about the Shepherd Consortium work on poverty and poverty studies in higher education and at Morgan State University
11:00 AM USC 210
Chamaya Harris, Senor M.S.U. philosophy major and Shepherd Intern
Marquel Montue, Junior M.S.U. philosophy major and Shepherd Intern
Thursday, October 22
6 PM USC 315
Dr. Jacoby Carter, Associate Professor of Philosophy
John Jay College of Criminal JusticeTuesday,
"Race and Nationality: Inter-American Perspectives on Constructionism and Eliminativism"
Tuesday, November 10
11 AM, Holmes Hall 117
Liberal Government & the ‘Nature' of Bio-political Objects"
Dr. Kevin Jobe, Lecturer in Philosophy
Morgan State University
- An interview with Joshua Miller and Joe Pettit on the question of evil with regard to the recent Cleveland kidnapping case can be found here: What Makes People Commit the Most Evil Acts?
- An interview with Seth Vannatta and Chuck Klosterman about Seth Vannatta's new edited volume, Chuck Klosterman and Philosophy: The Real and the Cereal, can be found here: An interview with Seth Vannatta and Chuck Klosterman
- Joe Pettit's op-ed in the Baltimore Sun: "Achievement Gap: It's still about race."
- Joe Pettit recently contributed a piece on poverty in current political discourse here.
Service Opportunities: Baltimore Homeless Project Connect
A Glimpse of a past issue our undergraduate journal, Hateta, is here.
Morgan State Philosophy and Religious Studies Faculty Blogs:
- Joe Pettit's op-eds are collected here.
- The New APPS blog is a group blog that takes up a variety of issues and has many commentators from different departments.
- The New York Times has a blog devoted to philosophy: The Stone.
- The Guardian's How to Believe series takes different figures from the history of philosophy and asks experts to write an accessible review of her work.
- Feminist Philosophers is a blog by and for feminist philosophers.
- Public Reason is a mostly analytic blog devoted to political philosophy.
- New Books in Philosophy is a bi-monthly podcast on recent books published in the profession run by Robert Talisse and Carrie Figdor.
- Crooked Timber is a group blog with philosophers and non-philosophers.
- Philosophy TV! No kidding.
- Prosblogion is a group blog in the philosophy of religion.
Single Author Blogs:
- Peter Levine is a philosopher who works mostly on civic engagement.
- John Danaher is an Irish philosopher who writes at Philosophical Disquisitions.
- Ted Kinnaman blogs on the intersection of Kant and public policy at Attached Observer.
- Gary Banham has a blog at Inter Kant.
- Leigh M. Johnson's Read More, Write More, Think More, Be More covers philosophy, politics, music, and culture.
- Chris Long has a blog and also does a regular podcast "Digital Dialogue."
- Noelle McAfee blogs.
- Farhang Erfani curates Continental Philosophy.
- Two interesting single-author Marxist blogs are Unemployed Negativity and Accelerate the Contradictions!
- Michael Cholbi blogs about philosophical pedagogy at In Socrates Wake.
- James Stanescu blogs about critical animal studies at Critical Animal.