Here it is, our regular Friday diet of suggested readings for the weekend:
John Oliver explains the issue of gerrymandering.
Did Elizabeth Anscombe do away with all moral philosophy, ancient and modern? (Not really, but interesting point of view…)
Racial attitudes and income made the largest impact on the likelihood to vote for Trump in 2016.
Can anything save us from the consequences of unknown unknowns?
The importance of being an epistemologist in the post-truth era.
The real Spartacus and the importance of a philosophy of life: the story of Andy Whitfield.
Can democracy survive the Internet? Good question. (Which I am, of course, asking on the Internet…)
The most and least educated religious groups. No surprises there, except for atheists, perhaps?
A comedian takes on scientists who think the rest of us are stupid.
Categories: Plato's Suggestions