Some of Our Favourite Posts of 2021

This post provides a retrospective of some of the most popular BIOPOLITICAL PHILOSOPHY posts from 2021. The Dialogues on Disability interviews for the year were also crowd favourites. You can find the archive of the Dialogues on Disability series interviews here. Each of the series interviews from the past year will be featured in the […]

Five Books of Contemporary Philosophy made in Mexico you ought to read right now!

Part I: Those already available in English Poverty: A Philosophical Approach by Paulette DieterlenA philosophical evaluation, based both on concrete observations and theoretical arguments, of the difficult interactions between poverty and public policy. In Dieterlen’s approach, poverty is both a political problem, for it involves exclusion and disenfranchisement, and an ethical problem in so far […]

Welcome Axel Arturo Barceló Aspeitia!

I am very excited to officially announce that BIOPOLITICAL PHILOSOPHY now has an additional contributing author, Axel Arturo Barceló Aspeitia (he/him/his)! Axel has in the past contributed guest posts to both BIOPOLITICAL PHILOSOPHY and Discrimination and Disadvantage (for example, here) and is an avid participant in and contributor to BIOPOLITICAL PHILOSOPHY Facebook. Axel’s inaugural post […]