New Book by 2016 PhD Luke Hunt (Oxford University Press)

July 30, 2018 -- manager

The Retrieval of Liberalism in Policing

Luke William Hunt

  • Sets forth a new theory of liberal personhood based upon a tripartite conception: reciprocator and moral agent, which illuminate the third facet of human dignity
  • Includes the first comprehensive philosophical study of the use of informants and the extent to which their use might be inconsistent with the basic tenets of the liberal tradition

Elizabeth Barnes' column published in The Chronicle of Higher Education

February 27, 2018 -- manager

Elizabeth Barnes  wrote a column in The Chronicle of Higher Education that discusses Princeton philosopher Peter Singer's tendentious views regarding people with disabilities and asks, "Are some ideas so offensive that they shouldn't be engaged with?" Arguments That Harm — and Why We Need Them


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