Philosophy

Durbin pushes back originalism as GOP test for judicial choices

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Richard Durbin (D-Ill.) Rejected a Republican litmus test for President Biden’s judicial candidates that they must be originals, citing criticism that the Constitution ignored rights blacks, women or other minority groups. “We should not expect to require every judicial candidate appearing before this committee to attribute …

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR – Antigo Times

Enchiridion –A manual for life Dear reader,Epictetus, a widely read Stoic Greek philosopher who died in AD 135, reflected on how one should embrace everything that happens in life. Simply put, if it’s out of your hands and you have no control over it, either pass it by or let …

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Florida needs more philosophy majors. here is the proof

A question of philosophy Promotion majors and salutatorians | June 2 As a university professor, I would like to congratulate this year’s high school graduates, including the Classes and Salutatorians of Pinellas County. It was fascinating to see their incoming majors, but I noticed that no one was planning on …

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