Blogs

(How) Does Capitalism Incentivize? Part I

This post originally appeared June 9, 2015. In my youth my parents would defend capitalism by saying that it incentivized work in contrast to communism....
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The Threshold for Knowledge

In February, Dr. Michael Hannon presented his talk "The Threshold for Knowledge" as a part of the Young Philosophers Lecture Series hosted by the Prindle...

The (Long) Road to Equality

As the Supreme Court’s decision is announced in the Obergefell v. Hodges case, one cannot help but reflect upon the shape the discourse has...
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Does Knowledge Matter?

In February, Dr. Michael Hannon presented his talk "Does Knowledge Matter" as a part of the Young Philosophers Lecture Series hosted by the Prindle Institute...
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Autonomy and Non-Domination in International Clinical Research

In February, Dr. Danielle Wenner presented her talk "Autonomy and Non-Domination in International Clinical Research" as a part of the Young Philosophers Lecture Series hosted...
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What Is the Meaning of Freedom?

In February, Dr. Danielle Wenner presented her talk "What Is the Meaning of Freedom?" as a part of the Young Philosophers Lecture Series hosted by...

Examining Ethics: Prindle’s Ethics Podcast Launched!

UPDATE - We've launched. Visit the Examining Ethics show page here.  The Prindle Institute is hosting an ethics podcast about ethical issues big and small....
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That’s Not Art!

In February, Dr. Wesley Cray of Grand Valley State University presented his talk "That's Not Art" as a part of the Young Philosophers Lecture Series...
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The Power To Do the Impossible

In February, Dr. Brandon Carey of Columbia Basin College presented his talk "The Power To Do the Impossible" as a part of the Young Philosophers...

The Vaccine Debate: Where Do We Go From Here?

The vaccine debate is becoming increasingly difficult to ignore: there is an article published on the topic almost daily, and it’s hard to find...