How to be a good public philosopher.
On cops, cosmopolitanism, and Chicago.
“My interest is in thinking about value and the questions about value that come up in our actual lives. That’s my interest both within and beyond the academy, as a philosopher and a person. That’s why I’m drawn to philosophy, because it might have something to tell us about life”
By Jonathan Cook, Benjamin Andrew, and Phedias Christodoulides Moishe Postone is the Thomas E. Donnelley Professor of the College in History, Co-Director of the Center for Jewish Studies, as well…