Philosophy of Occupy Wall Street

Evan Selinger and Thomas Seager have co-authored two articles on the Occupy movement that are well worth reading.

One, in Slate, discusses an ethical shift in younger members of society. The other, in The Atlantic, discusses why the Occupy movement is so difficult to understand.

The latter article, in particular, should be compared to an earlier post on this blog.

Evan Selinger is an associate professor of philosophy at Rochester Institute of Technology. Thomas Seager is an associate professor at the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment and a Lincoln fellow of ethics and sustainability at Arizona State University.

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