One of the especially delightful aspects of studying in a small program at the Catholic University of Lublin is the opportunity to combine philosophy classes with taking excursions to Polish villages.Read more "Philosophy in cafes and forests"
This weekend I visited Krakow with my friend Christine. Among the most noteworthy places in the city are Wawel Castle and Cathedral. In this place, many Polish monarchs are buried, but foremost in the cathedral is the tomb of someone honoured principally for the nobility of his death as a martyr. Stanislaus of Szczepanów or, Stanislaus […]Read more "Noble Lives – Saint Stanislaus"
The new semester is off to an excellent start. On Mondays, we have a three-hour class called Main Problems and Methods of Philosophy. The class is divided into three sections: First we are quizzed on the assigned reading with a question or two to which we give short responses to demonstrate what we understand and […]Read more "My first week of classes this semester in Poland"
Presentation to the Participants of the International Conference on Women Phenomenologists on Social Ontology at the University of Paderborn, Germany February 13, 2016 There’s an anecdote about Hannah Arendt’s American students asking her in the 1960s if they ought to cooperate with labour unions in opposing the war in Vietnam. And Arendt replied, “Yes, because […]Read more "Taking Responsibility Personally"