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On The October Awakening(s) and the Condor: Notes from Ecuador and the Region

by Catherine Walsh These notes began as a need—my need—to reflect on the two-week peoples´ rebellion and protest in Ecuador, a rebellion-protest that I lived and that continues to trouble my body, mind, spirit, and soul. Different from many of the analyses circulating in the “critical” intellectual world, they do not intend to impose a [More]

The moral mathematics of letting people die

Imagine that, while walking along a pier, you see two strangers drowning in the sea. Lo and behold, you can easily save them both by throwing them the two life preservers located immediately in front of you. Since you can’t swim and no one else is around, there is no other way these folks will […] The post The moral mathematics of letting people die appeared first on OUPblog.         Related StoriesJohn Duns Scotus – The ‘Subtle Doctor’ – Philosopher of the MonthReading, writing and readability—appreciating Rudolph FleschWhat American literature can teach us about human [More]

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