M. G. Piety

M.G. Piety teaches philosophy at Drexel University. She is the editor and translator of Soren Kierkegaard’s Repetition and Philosophical Crumbs. Her latest book is: Ways of Knowing: Kierkegaard’s Pluralist Epistemology. She can be reached at: mgpiety@drexel.edu 

College and the Cheating Culture

The Larger Problem, or the Birth of Racism out of the Spirit of Musical Chairs

GenderGate and the End of Philosophy

Tales from the Dark Side of Customer Service, or “Christians” Giving Christians a Bad Name

Extraordinary Democratic Delusions and the Madness of the Crowd

The Myth of Sanders’ “Socialism”

Straw Men, False Analogies, and Other Crimes Against Sound Reasoning

A Lesson From the Danes on Immigration

On “Going Low”

“Grim Positivism” vs. Truthiness in Biography

Educating Ourselves About Violence

On Biblical Inerrancy: Some Reflections for United Methodists and Other “Christians”

An Essay on Grief

Reading Plato in the Time of the Oligarchs

Reflections on “Reflections From a Hashtag”

On Speaking Small Truths to Power

Reflections on Mother’s Day

The Presence of Things

Martin Luther the Man-Devil

Academic Bullying the Vacuum of Moral Leadership in the Academy

How Do You Solve a Problem Like Charles Murray?

Red Flags Over For-Profit Education

The Land of Smiling Children

Waking Up to Change

The Angst of Scholarship at the NYRB: Getting Kierkegaard Wrong, Twice