Feminism and Love, Philosophy is for Everyone, Relationships and Love

The Greatest Gift My Dad Gave Me

It's Father's Day, and I want to write about the greatest gift my dad has given me. To tell you about this, I need to tell you a little bit about my job. About Philosophy If you have been following my blog for a while or have read my author’s bio, you are probably aware… Continue reading The Greatest Gift My Dad Gave Me

Philosophy is for Everyone, Politics and Love

Paulo Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppressed–Chapter One

This post is a guide for reading chapter one of Paulo Freire's Pedagogy of the Oppressed. Some Background on Freire If you have read my blog for a while or have looked at my author's bio, you may know that the Brazilian philosopher and educator Paulo Freire has a great influence on my thought and… Continue reading Paulo Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppressed–Chapter One

Lists About Important and Silly Stuff, Philosophy is for Everyone

Ten Principles of Being Human

This post shares ten important principles of being human with you. It is connected with another post I wrote about how to know if we are being mistreated, which you can read here. To know if we are being mistreated, it seems like we must know a few basic principles about what it means to… Continue reading Ten Principles of Being Human

Logic with Love, Philosophy is for Everyone

Mad Scientists and the Ship of Theseus: Philosophy Games

Over Thanksgiving, I got to spend some time with my nephews, and I ended up having a philosophy conversation with my preteen nephew, J, about mad scientists, identity, and the ship of Theseus. I used to be a middle and high school teacher and have always loved preteens and teenagers. I find that when they… Continue reading Mad Scientists and the Ship of Theseus: Philosophy Games