The Ivory Tower, Siloing, and Always Already Feeling Isolated in Academia

Some green text short story for you: >In grad school trying to delve more into a specific project >Be interested in areas outside of your chosen field but still related >Find negativity and few close resources to help you with your quest for interdisciplinary knowledge >Go home and cry This is something I have been thinking about… Read More The Ivory Tower, Siloing, and Always Already Feeling Isolated in Academia

Are the Humanities Useful? The Problem is in the Question

In this interview with Peter Unger, in which we essentially learn that philosophy is not useful, there are larger implications that can, and maybe should, be considered. One could say the humanities in general are pointless or without use if you judge “use” as the ability to constantly churn out “new” ground breaking material that physically improves humanity,… Read More Are the Humanities Useful? The Problem is in the Question