Academic philosophy in the United States has a diversity problem.
A new proposed law drafted by the Berkeley law students and co-authored by a pair of Bay Area legislators would automatically register students at the state’s public colleges and universities when they sign up for classes online.
Stop thinking of Silicon Valley as an engineer’s paradise. There’s far more work for liberal arts majors — who know how to sell and humanize.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
Philosophy graduates are suddenly all the rage with employers. What can they possibly have to offer? By Jessica Shepherd
It’s important for democracy — and for living a full, human life.
We still have no idea how the brain produces conscious awareness. In this excellent short video produced by The Economist, various experts are called upon to explain the “hard problem” that is consciousness, and how scientists might solve this profound mystery.