Author Archive

Subcedence, Neoliberalism, and the Coming Ecological Collapse

By • May 31st, 2018 • Category: Honors Thesis, Research

Since my research is in its very early stages still, I thought I’d use this blog space as a way to express some first impressions of topics I’ve encountered thus far. Firstly, the overarching theme of the paper can be condensed into a simple slogan: system change, not climate change. An informed reader will know…
Read More

The post Subcedence, Neoliberalism, and the Coming Ecological Collapse appeared first on W&M Honors Fellows.



Research Abstract

By • Apr 12th, 2018 • Category: Honors Thesis, Research

For my honors thesis, I intend to delve into the meta-ethical and ontological assumptions that implicitly justify the globally-scaled exploitation and destruction of the natural world. With an emphasis on meta-ethics and metaphysics, I hope to chisel away at the anthropocentric assumptions that dominate popular thought, and provide a more anti-hierarchical alternative. I believe this…
Read More

The post Research Abstract appeared first on W&M Honors Fellows.