An Interview with Professor John Inazu
"Well, I think of pluralism in two ways: one is a descriptive fact about the world: we have deep and irresolvable differences between us, and so the question is, what do we do with them?"Washington University in St. Louis Kairos Staff | Washington University in St. Louis Kairos | Fall 2017
Postmodernism and the Paradox of Tolerance
Postmodernism conflates truth and personhood, and in doing so confines the person to a state of perpetual insecurity and vulnerability. It is this fear of violence that prevents modern persons from recognizing the inherent dignity of their peers.Joshua Tseng-Tham | The Dartmouth Apologia | Spring 2017
Ending Global Poverty: An Interview with Economist Paul Niehaus ’04
"The early 2000s were an incredibly exciting time to study development economics because we were just starting to use experimental testing in a big way – like clinical trials in medicine, or A/B testing in tech."Peter Hickman | The Harvard Ichthus | Fall 2016
Where is the Religious Left?
The Religious Right is made up of people who come at politics from a religious and conservative perspective, and it has proven to be a powerful political movement. In this article, however, I turn to the puzzling question of why religious and political liberals do not have a similarly influential movement.Chris Han | UC Berkeley To An Unknown God | Volume 5 Issue 1 Spring 2012