‘Museums, ethics and truth’, Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement

My latest article, ‘Museums, Ethics and Truth’ has just appeared in the Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement. This volume also includes papers by some of my pupils.

 

https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/royal-institute-of-philosophy-supplements/volume/journal-phs-volume-79/DD0F20F84E1DDF5F2B566DE3EC6807FA

 

 

Social Theory and Educational Research: An Interview with Dr Mark Murphy.

“When it comes to helping researchers, the use of social theory in education research has a key function – to make the familiar strange, a function that it delivers for numerous other fields of practice”, Mark Murphy. See philiptonner.com for the full interview.

https://philiptonner.com/the-interview-pages/social-theory-and-educational-research-an-interview-with-dr-mark-murphy/

William Irwin on Sartre

“I’ve always admired Sartre as a kind of rock star of philosophy. He wrote dense academic tomes, but he also wrote some accessible philosophy, as well as plays and novels. He managed to bring philosophy to the people, and in my estimation, he was the greatest philosopher of the twentieth century”, William Irwin. See philiptonner.com for the full interview.