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A visualization of a theory of justice

In all seriousness, when political philosophers write about justice, they rarely rely on any figures, images, or other forms of visualization to make their points. Plato’s Republic, for example, consists of over 500 pages of dense philosophical argumentation (or an … Continue reading

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Pop Quiz: Ritz or Versailles?

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Que suis je? (What am I?)

The micro-graffiti art pictured below was last spotted somewhere in the Montmartre district of Paris.

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Taxonomy of fraudulent data practices

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St Charles Borromeo

We drive or walk by this serene statue of St Charles Borromeo almost every day, so we decided to stop today to take a picture. It’s located in the College Park neighborhood of Orlando, Florida.

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Is this painting a late Picasso or my five-year old daughter’s?

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