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I am convinced of the ancient insistence that philosophy, when done well, helps one live well. As such, the primary end of philosophy is not the mere production of esoteric academic insight, but the equipping of humans in general with the capacity to think well about how to live. Thus, I write at a popular level both on applied ethics for the Prindle Post and on ethics and philosophy of religion at The Olive Press.
If your curious what my popular stuff looks like, start with the pieces linked below!
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