Hello, I’m Shelley Tremain and I’d like to welcome you to the sixty-fifth installment of Dialogues on Disability, the series of interviews that I am conducting with disabled philosophers and post t…
Dr. Johnathan Flowers - Dark Zone I was lucky enough to do an interview with Shelley Tremain over at Dialogues on Disability, wherein I talk about ADHD and philosophy, and my experience as a philosopher among other things.
Article: Tokimeku: The Poetics of Marie Kondo’s KonMari Method
Dr. Johnathan Flowers - Dark Zone This morning I got a welcome surprise: one of my articles just got published!
You can read Tokimeku: The Poetics of Marie Kondo's KonMari Method in the latest issue of SPECTRA.
A 15-year-old in Michigan was incarcerated during the coronavirus pandemic after a judge ruled that not completing her schoolwork violated her probation. “It just doesn’t make any sense,” said the girl’s mother.
Dr. Johnathan Flowers - Dark Zone Buried in this story are some really important points about the intersection of disability and race and the failure of institutional accommodations in the midst of the pandemic. (1/n)
Though many in the US are disoriented and disheartened by the lack of an effective federal response to the coronavirus pandemic, American thinker John Dewey would not have been surprised.
Dr. Johnathan Flowers - Dark Zone Helen De Cruz (@Helenreflects) and I wrote a brief piece which provides some Deweyan insights intro our government's response to COVID-19.
As always, there's a lot more to be said, but I'm really glad to have worked on this with Helen.
Preview: /Review: Mark Johnson, The Aesthetics of Meaning and Thought: The Bodily Roots of Philosophy, Science, and Art (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2018), 293 pages./ In The Aesthetics of Meaning and Thought: The Bodily Roots of...
College leaders will be judged by their actions — not their words.
Dr. Johnathan Flowers - Dark Zone I had opportunity to speak at some length about the hypocrisy of university commitments to diversity and equity in light of an institutional history that demonstrates otherwise.
There's much more that needs to be said, but this is a start.