Stephen Kershnar is a distinguished professor at Fredonia State University, Department of Philosophy. They are interested in Applied Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy, and Value Theory. Follow them to stay up to date with their professional...
Chris Bertram@zaranosaur@doctaj Not untypical of his output, which seems basically to consist of trolling, eg "For torture", not unjust to put women's job applications in the bin, etc.
San Francisco’s school board is destroying an important antiracist mural created by a communist in the 1930s. And progressives at places like the <cite>Nation</cite> magazine are applauding for some reason.
Boris Johnson n’est pas encore premier ministre, mais il a déjà provoqué la démission de Kim Darroch pour complaire à Donald Trump, dont il attend un accord de libre-échange destiné à compenser la sortie de l’Union européenne.
Chris BertramLe Monde not exactly pulling its punches on Johnson's role in the Darroch affair
The singular “they” is inclusive and flexible, and it breaks the stifling prison of gender expectations. Let’s all use it.
Chris BertramMy experience is that British editors and publishers are much more accepting of singular "they" than US ones. Generally, US writing professionals are very hung up about prescriptive rules and parrot nonsense from Strunk and White when challenged.