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Strangers Drowning, Book Review

How does "Strangers Drowning" relate to ethics, if at all?

Keegan Barnes
April 16, 2019

Who is Emile?

"He is also, as a symptom of the latter, a deadbeat dad."

Ike Crickmore
March 19, 2019

Guilt: What is it Good For?

"This is for those of us who are stuck feeling bad, but not bad enough to fix the problem."

Keegan Barnes
February 12, 2019

A Brief Examination of Epistemic Clones

"What purpose does discussion of epistemic clones have in the weighing of factors that comprise knowing?"

Connor Sullivan
January 7, 2019

NYC Advertising and Plato's Tripartite Soul

Read about Christina's experience with advertisements in the Big Apple.

Christina Barta
December 3, 2018

The Parr Center and PPE Present “The Ethics of Self-Driving Cars” with Justin Erlich

Read Annie's take on our second Parr Center Presents of the year!

Annie Evans
November 6, 2018

Why Study Philosophy?

Here's what the Parr Center Undergraduate Fellows say about studying philosophy.

Annie Evans
November 5, 2018

Abolishing Billionaires

Here's Keegan's "no-brainer" for why billionaires shouldn't exist.

Keegan Barnes
October 22, 2018

Appreciating African Philosophy

"It is important to go beyond the modern, if not colonial, construction of African thought..."

Jon McCain
October 8, 2018

Life is Ruff: The Ethics of Companion Animals According to Donna Haraway

How do dogs fit in the ethical sphere?

Ike Crickmore
October 1, 2018

Parr Center Presents: Adelle Waldman, “Reading Austen and Eliot in the #MeToo Era”

Read about the first Parr Center Presents event of the 2018-2019 year!

Marina Greenfeld
September 26, 2018

Welcome to the Parr Heels Blog!

What is the Parr Heels blog? Find out from Editor, Marina Greenfeld!

Marina Greenfeld
August 31, 2018