Browsing Archives of Author »Justin Caouette«

Neuroethics Symposium On Focquaert & Schermer’s, “Moral Enhancement: Do Means Matter Morally?”

August 28, 2015

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There is a great symposium taking place over at the Brains Blog on Focquaert & Shermer’s paper in Neuroethics titled “Moral Enhancement: Do MeansMatter Morally” (See here). Disclaimer: I am one of the commentators on the piece. My commentary can be found here. The symposium is a bit different than most in that there is a […]

The Killing Game by Joy Williams

August 1, 2015

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Originally posted on Howling For Justice:
Dr. Denise Albert was able to remove a snare from around a wolf’s neck and treat the animal with antibiotics. NPS photo It’s hunting season and blood is in the air. Oh the joy of seeing a bullet hit its mark into unsuspecting flesh. Or an arrow that wounds,…

A New Group Blog Worth A Look (PhilPercs)

May 27, 2015

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I’m happy to announce that I’ll be blogging over at Philosophical Percolations every Tuesday (and other times as well). I’ll be joining approximately 15-20 talented bloggers over there so please give the blog a look, it’s a great group of bloggers and I am more than delighted (whatever that may be) to be among them. […]

The Ethics of Inaction in the Philosophy Profession

May 18, 2015

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Earlier this year (in February) I was fortunate enough to present some of my work in St. Louis at the central meeting of the APA. Before I left, I asked (on social media) if any philosophers would be heading down to Ferguson to take part in the protest or to lend a hand more generally, […]

Why is Baltimore Burning?

April 28, 2015

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Originally posted on Pleas and Excuses:
Riots have broken out in Baltimore in response to the death of Freddie Gray, who died due to injuries he received while being transported in a police van. Gray was not buckled in, but was in handcuffs and leg irons, and may have been given a “rough ride,” meaning…

CFP: 13th International Conference on Persons

April 25, 2015

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Call for Papers.

She knows the sound of my motorbike…

April 10, 2015

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Originally posted on Laurel Braitman:
…even when I’m still really far away,” said Jon. “She will start calling out for me before I’ve turned down the road.” Jon has been Mosha’s mahout since she was two years old (now she is five). When she was seven months old, and walking with her mother in the…

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