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Who Gets to Ponder the Big Questions of Life Is Ripe for Disruption

Why perspectives in academic philosophy beyond the White male gaze matter

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AAcademic philosophers build their work around topics that include the meaning of life and freedom, what it means to be human, how to live a good life, and other questions that encourage us to think about existence and humanity…

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Jesi Taylor Cruz

Jesi Taylor Cruz

NYC-based philosophy graduate student whose work covers Genocide Studies, Repro + Enviro Justice, Discard Studies, and Political Ecology of Waste. @moontwerk

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