Most people do not possess a system of logical constraints when it comes to politics.
The University of Maryland puts politics over civic virtue.
The American way is to use checks and balances, not to hide behind anonymity while muckraking in the media.
The science has been obscured in philosophy, but the question is settled.
Today’s America is not the magnanimous country we grew up in.
Remembering Peter Augustine Lawler, 1951—2017
Instead of condemning academic philosophy, perhaps he should be writing it a Thank You note.
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