These are some posts about certain topics that I felt the need to write and discuss as a student interested in philosophy.
The Problem with Debates on Gun Violence
Jul 04, 2022
Just this morning, Americans in Highland Park suffered a horrific act of gun violence – a shooter perked on top of a roof fired into a Fourth of July parade, killing six and injuring dozens others…
The Aftermath of the Overturning of Roe v. Wade
Jun 27, 2022
“Men can choose their baby’s mothers now.”
A Plead to Lawmakers: A Response to Rampant Gun Violence
Jun 05, 2022
Please. Listen. To. Us…
The Modern Technosphere: An Exploration of Black Mirror’s 15 Million Credits
Mar 15, 2022
Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror is often heralded as an enlightening and striking visual depiction of a dystopian future...
What is peace?
Jan 22, 2022
Throughout history, ancient cultures have explored the concept of peace…
The Pledge as a Plague
Jan 15, 2022
Each morning, almost every K-12 student in America undergoes an ironic "patriotic" brainwashing...
This is America: A Racist Fetish with Guns
Jan 08, 2022
The not-so-recent trial of Kyle Rittenhouse and the recent trial of the murderers of Ahmaud Arbery highlight America’s profound obsession, almost a necessary fetish, with guns...
Happy New Years!
Jan 01, 2022
2021 has without question been a strange year…
Digital Contact Tracing: Ethicality and Reinforced Surveillance
Dec 29, 2020
The rapid spread of the novel coronavirus has left governments and scientists frantic to drastically flatten the curve of the pandemic...
The Impact of COVID-19 on Students: An Introduction
Jul 26, 2020
Almost 4.3 million cases and rising. 150 thousand deaths and rising...
Black Lives Matter and Social Media
Jun 19, 2020
The Black Lives Matter movement is a hot topic in America right now...