Kettering Review 2016 online

The 2016 issue of the Kettering Review is now available online here and includes essays by Cornelius Castoriadis, Amartya Sen, Albena Azmanova, Merab Mamardashvili, Asef Bayet, and Elinor Ostrom. Here’s an excerpt of my editor’s letter: Democracy may now seem mainstream, but at heart it is a radical idea: human beings can create self-governing practices out of… Continue reading Kettering Review 2016 online

Robert J. Kingston

My dear friend and colleague at the Kettering Foundation, with whom I edited the Kettering Review since 1991, passed away on August 20 at the age of 87. Snatched too young. I took this picture in the summer of 2015, at the home he shared with his wife Carol Vollet Kingston. The Kettering Foundation has posted… Continue reading Robert J. Kingston

Kettering Review 2016

The latest issue of the Kettering Review, a journal I co-edit for the Kettering Foundation, is now available for free online here. It includes pieces by Iris Marion Young, Daniel Yankelovich, E.J. Dionne, Vaclav Havel, and other luminaries. To get a sense of the overall issue, here’s the start of my editor’s letter: Over the… Continue reading Kettering Review 2016

Gendered Conference Campaign Continues

You’d think that by now philosophy conference organizers would stop and think — if all my keynoters are white men, might there be a wee bit of a problem? I have to think about this all the time as associate editor of the Kettering Review.  We put together issues by topic and include pieces ancient… Continue reading Gendered Conference Campaign Continues