Philosophy Ripped From The Headlines!

Dear Philosopher or Philosophically-Minded Person,

Do you ever think about the larger philosophical implications of contemporary events and issues, especially when reading newspapers, journals, or blogs?

— Of course you do: but then what?

What if you were able to convert your thinking DIRECTLY into something you were able to use for TEACHING PHILOSOPHY, for PHILOSOPHY DISCUSSION GROUPS, and for inspiring-&-guiding INDIVIDUAL PHILOSOPHICAL REFLECTION?

Philosophy Ripped From The Headlines! will do that for you.

As a subscriber to Philosophy Ripped From The Headlines!, each month you’ll receive by e-mail attachment —

· AN EDITED COLLECTION OF ESPECIALLY THOUGHT-PROVOKING NEWSPAPER, JOURNAL, OR BLOG ARTICLES PUBLISHED WITHIN THE PREVIOUS MONTH, plus

· FOR EACH ARTICLE, OR EACH CLUSTER OF ARTICLES ON THE SAME TOPIC, FIVE BRIEF FOLLOW-UP THOUGHTS, SUGGESTING RELEVANT PHILOSOPHICAL ISSUES, QUESTIONS, OR THEMES, plus

· TWO URL HOT LINKS TO OTHER RELEVANT SOURCES, that are

· ALL INCLUDED IN A SINGLE .PDF THAT CAN THEN BE RE-POSTED OR SHARED IN ANY WAY YOU WANT.

To show you exactly what you’d be getting for your donation-&-subscription, we’ve posted A DOWNLOADABLE, INTRODUCTORY, UNIVERSAL FREE ACCESS VERSION of ISSUE #1, SEPTEMBER 2017, featuring articles on–

  • BORDERS AND IMMIGRATION
  • CRIME AND PUNISHMENT, and
  • CULTURAL CONFLICT,

HERE: PWB_philosophy_ripped_from_the_headlines_issue1_sept17

In this month’s issue, ISSUE #2, OCTOBER 2017, we feature articles on–

  • FREE SPEECH WARS.

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We thank you so much for your generous support of our work.

Hugh Reginald, Director, The Philosophy Without Borders Project

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