desiring-reason-reason-as-an-unavoidable-discourse-of-desire.Download This is my dissertation...not technicaly a book, since it wasn't published. Finished in 1991.
The main goal of Norwegian economist Per Espen Stoknes’ new book, Tomorrow's Economy: A Guide to Creating Healthy Green Growth, is to offer the concept of healthy green growth as an alternative to simple GDP growth. Stoknes teaches in a business school, and the economic tools he creates around this concept will probably be very … Continue reading A Just Transition to a Fair and Sustainable Society or Healthy Green Growth?
is-philosophy-anything...Download Chapter 4 in The Center Must Not Hold: White Women Philosophers on the Whiteness of Philosophy by George Yancy (Author, Contributor), 2010 Lexington Books.
I wrote this as a response to a workshop I went to on teaching about the Holocaust, and thought it would be good to share. Our current students are living in a time of an assault on democracy all around the world. Democracy has not been in such danger since the 1930s. There are so … Continue reading Why Include Study of the Holocaust in Higher Education
The recent election called on us to fight hard—and in the streets if necessary—to protect the rule of law and our formal processes of electoral democracy. Did I really just say that I wanted to protect the “rule of law”? For the past four years many of us on the left have found ourselves in … Continue reading The Left and the Rule of Law
In preparation for the possibility of an electoral emergency, many organizations are mobilizing people all across the country to be ready to protect the election results and ensure that all votes are counted. I hope that everyone who shows up to those protests takes seriously the desires of those organizing them. Different tactics are helpful … Continue reading Nonviolence as a Strategy for Protecting the Election Results