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 

Smoke and Mirrors in Philadelphia

Nonconsensual “Democracy” and the Degradation of the American Electorate

On Political Bullying and the Hell of Knee-Jerk Feminism

On Political “Realism”

Academic Nightmares: Where Everybody Majors in Money

What Philosophers Think They Know

Le Temps Perdu: What is Lost to Pain

On Greatness

The Real Threat to the American Professoriate

On Collective Guilt

Living in a Material World

A Dangerously Flawed View of Capitalism

On Violating the First Amendment

What Happened With the Ladies in Sochi?

Can Olympic Ice Skating Sink Any Lower?

Yet Another Olympic Figure Skating Judging Scandal

The Assault on Tenure

Why Has US Ladies Bronze Medalist Mirai Nagasu Been Shut Out of the Olympics?

The Anti-Gay Atmosphere in Figure Skating

Education and Philosophy

America the What?

Did God Get Things Terribly Wrong?

All Over America Lamps Are Going Out

The Long Journey

Why “African-American” is a Patronizing, Even Racist Term