Some of Your Favourite BIOPOLITICAL PHILOSOPHY Posts of 2020

By popular demand, I once again present you with a list of some of BIOPOLITICAL PHILOSOPHY’s most read/listened to posts of the past year. The year was memorable in a host of heart-wrenching ways, many of which our blog captured. In 2020, you wanted more of:

January:

Notes on Khader’s Decolonizing Universalism and the Problematization of Disability in Feminist Philosophy

Reconfiguring Values: A Riposte to Agnes Callard

The Costs of Flying: An Intersectional Analysis (Guest Post)

February:

Bioethics (and) MAID in Canada

Structural Gaslighting, Racism in Canada, and Ableism in Philosophy

The Fallacy of the Good Philosopher-Activist

March:

Accessible Teaching in the Time of COVID-19*

#COVID19DecarcerateSyllabus

Facing the COVID-19 Crisis in Japan With a Disability*

April:

COVID-19 and The Naturalization of Vulnerability

I’m Disabled and Need a Ventilator to Live. Am I Expendable During This Pandemic?

Structural Gaslighting, Epistemic Injustice, and Ableism in Philosophy

Teaching COVID-19 Mini Syllabus

Culinary Injustice (Guest Post)

COVID-19, Nursing Homes, and Public Philosophy

May:

More Ableism, Sexism, and Misogyny in Philosophy

Open Letter on Behalf of U.K. Disabled, Chronically Ill, and Neurodivergent PhD Students Due to COVID-19

June:

Racial Emancipation by Charles W. Mills

Interviews with Black & Indigenous Disabled Philosophers

The Nursing Home-Industrial-Complex

The Singer/Lindauer Entry Won! But Why?

July:

Philosophy’s Disability Problem

Ableism and Racism in Canadian Philosophy

August:

Public Philosophy and the Horrors of the Nursing Home-Industrial Complex in Canada

Acid Horizon Podcast about Feminist Philosophy of Disability, Foucault, The Exclusion of Disabled Philosophers, Etc.

Bramble, Pandemic Ethics, the Nursing Home-Industrial Complex, and the Scope of Mainstream Philosophy

AAT Transcript for The Question of Inclusion in Philosophy: Alcoff, Mills, Tremain, LaVine, and Lewis

September:

My New Article in Feminist Philosophy Quarterly

Engaged Public Philosophy

Andrea J. Pitts Reviews My Book

October:

Philosophy and Structural Gaslighting About Disability

¿Hay cosas que no debe comprar el dinero? La propuesta de Paulette Dieterlen

Amalia Amaya sobre la Admiración en la Moral

Update/Programme/Registration Info for Philosophy, Disability and Social Change, Oxford Online, Dec. 9-11, 2020

November:

Disabled Philosopher Seeks Your Assistance

Bioethics, Catherine Frazee, and MAID in Canada

Wittgensteinean Meta-Politics

Letter to the Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs of the Government of Canada in Opposition to Bill C-7

December:

Opposition to Bill C-7 and Too Many Letters of Reference

Videos of the Philosophy, Disability and Social Change Conference, Oxford Online, Dec. 9-11, 2020

My Presentation to the Philosophy, Disability, and Social Change Conference, Online, December 9th, 2020

More on Opposition to Bill C-7 (Medically-Assisted Suicide) and the Role of Philosophers

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