In case you haven't heard, the OWHL now offers Kanopy, a free film-streaming site, to the PA community. Kanipy is not just some random free streaming site; it is a treasure trove of documentaries, Academy Award-winning films, world cinema, Criterion Collection gems, classic cinema, a
This week’s OWHL idea of the week post provides the Phillips Academy community with an introduction to Neoliberalism. Often used as a term of rebuke by those on the left-side of the political spectrum and a term of praise for conservatives and libertarians, Neoliberalism is associate
The recently released Blade Runner 2049 explores many of the same philosophical issues - identity, consciousness, the ethics of creation - as the iconic original. In this post, you will find essays on the original Blade Runner and Blade Runner 2049, the life and work of Philip K. Dick
This week's post provides the Phillips Academy community with an introduction to the contemporary British-born Ghanaian-American philosopher Kwame Anthony Appiah. Appiah has produced significant contributions to the philosophy of mind and language, political and moral theory, and Afr
Thanks to a generous gift, all members of the PA Community – faculty, staff, and students – have free, on-campus digital access to the Financial Times through the OWHL. Click through to learn more and start reading!
This resource provides the Phillips Academy community with brief primers on the war, in-depth analyses of the conflict, documentaries, information on the Syrian refugee crisis, and other angles of insight.