On the Permissibility of Violence

In general, we think that violence is a bad thing. We think that we should not wage wars, we should not injure people, and we should not say mean-spirited things. This is because all these things are acts of violence on various scales, and because acts of violence cause harm to others, and sometimes, also… Continue reading On the Permissibility of Violence

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PTSD and Post-War Justice

I am deep in PhD. course deadline season. Last week, you got a peek at one area of literature that I'm using for a final project and paper, and this week, we're going to switch gears to another. I went out on a limb this term and took a course of Post-War Justice. It has… Continue reading PTSD and Post-War Justice

Inclusion in Design

Most of my friends would say I'm an imaginative person. This isn't to brag, as its a skill I have cultivated, and one that is necessary to being a writer and a philosopher. It's a skill that enables me to look at an issue from a variety of viewpoints and extrapolate possible consequences, and pick… Continue reading Inclusion in Design