Philosophical sophistication in the Statesman

I was heartened to see that the Statesman is regularly publishing reflective essays by one of our Philosophy majors, Will Holloway. He has a thoughtful and thought-provoking essay on sex in today’s issue, and an earlier essay (which I had missed) on faith and curiosity. Way to go, Will! Fight the ever-advancing forces of thoughtlessness!

Author: Huenemann

Curious about the ways humans use their minds and hearts to distract themselves from the meaninglessness of life.

One thought on “Philosophical sophistication in the Statesman

  1. I very humbly accept your praise, and should have done so much sooner. I’ve had enough people that I trust complement me on the column that I’m fairly sure they aren’t just being polite. My next one will appear this coming Wednesday and it will tie a few things together of the past few weeks of philosophical events and ponderings, or at least try to. Hopefully its as good. I eventually felt that I could keep on bitching about the lack of content in the Statesman or do something about it.


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