By Joanna Sowińska Human knowledge can be defined as the assimilation of information achieved through discoveries, analysis, interpretations, and the confirmation of theories. The acquisition of knowledge starts with human senses, such as imagination, faith, reason or instinct. These contribute information to develop academic disciplines such as mathematics, the arts,Continue Reading

By Nick Psomas The 11th thesis on Feuerbach states that “philosophers have hitherto only interpreted the world in various ways; the point is to change it”. A superfluous and hasty examination of Marx’s commentary tempts the reader to believe that its author is discarding abstract theorising. Fortunately, for philosophy atContinue Reading

By Lauren Griesedieck Over the summer, I completed a research project for an Honors personal project about the institutions in the United States as they pertain to race. This report covered six different institutions and examined the origins, evolution, and modern practice conducted by the respective institution. The full reportContinue Reading