‘A Philosopher’s Take’ Turns 5 Years Old

Posted on June 6, 2017 by

A few weeks ago ‘A Philosopher’s Take’ turned 5 years old! I just wanted to say thanks to our contributors, our editors, and most of all to our readers for checking in and engaging on the blog with the ideas of all of our contributors. I speak for all of us when I say that this has been fun! Personally, I hope to blog again regularly after my PhD defense and I look forward to engaging with you all in the future. In the meantime be sure to check out some upcoming and recent posts by Aaron and James and others. We currently stand at over 306,000 hits(!), thanks again for visiting.

Here is a link to the blog’s first 5 posts:

1 – “Some Opening Remarks

2 – “Abortion and Virtue Ethics

3 – “Psychopaths: Morally Responsible?

4 – “Are Meat Eaters Committed to the Moral Permissibility of Cannibalism?

5 – “Vegetarianism, Food Selection, and the Trolley Problem (Part 1)