Progressivism’s Fragile Gender Realism

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Is there a fact of the matter about a person’s gender? To answer in the affirmative is to adopt a realist stance on questions of gender identity. We could formulate such a realist position as follows: there is a mind-independent feature of reality that decides a person’s gender, and it is not . . . . Continue Reading »

Heidegger, the Reluctant Theologian

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It has been a good year for Heidegger scholarship. Two new English translations released this summer provide readers unprecedented access to seminal periods of Heidegger’s philosophical development. Andrew J. Mitchell’s translation of the Bremen and Freiburg Lectures: Insight Into That Which Is and Basic Principles of Thinking includes key selections from Heidegger’s later, postwar period … Continue Reading »