According to the APA online website, the APA committee on public philosophy sponsors the Public Philosophy Op-Ed Contest for the best opinion-editorials published by philosophers. The goal is to honor up to five standout pieces that successfully blend philosophical argumentation with an op-ed writing style. Winning submissions will call public attention, either directly or indirectly, to the value of philosophical thinking. The pieces will be judged in terms of their success as examples of public philosophy, and should be accessible to the general public, focused on important topics of public concern, and characterized by sound reasoning.
“Fitting Vaccine Conspiracies into a Philosophy of Fiction” (Los Angeles Times, 2022)
Hannah H. Kim is an Assistant Professor at the University of Arizona. She received her Ph.D. in Philosophy and Ph.D. minor in Comparative Literature from Stanford University and her M.St in Philosophical Theology from Oxford University. She works on aesthetics, metaphysics, and Asian philosophy, with particular interests in fiction, poetry, music, time, Confucianism, and Juche. Her academic work has been published or is forthcoming in Philosophers’ Imprint, Australasian Journal of Philosophy, and Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism among others. Her public-facing work has been published in WIRED, LA Times, and USA Today, among others.
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