Inter-Disciplinary Learning Opportunities in the Brackenridge Community

A common deficiency in Ideal theory is an author’s failure to view a problem outside the conceptual framework that they have chosen. This problem is especially prevalent in Justice theory because many theorists have attempted to ground their arguments in absolute, transcendental, metaphysical, theological, etc., truth. One of my personal goals in researching and writing…

Michael Burke: A Discourse on Justice Part II

About Me Hi! My name is Michael Burke. I am a rising senior in the Honors College Politics & Philosophy program with minors in Modern Western European History and English Literature. A fun fact about me is that when I was around 11 or 12, I went to a drama camp in Canada. At the…