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William Dahlgreen

About William Dahlgreen

William Dahlgreen Will is a postgraduate student at the University of Manchester, reading for a Master’s degree in Political Theory. A paper he wrote last year was accepted by the Manchester Centre for Political Theory, for a presentation at their conference of world-leading philosophers. He was the youngest and only pre-PhD contributor. During the university funding crisis he ran a Social Sciences Forum where 300 students, staff and members of the public debated and celebrated their subjects with a panel of renowned professors. Will wants to relate the ‘big questions’ of political philosophy to real-world issues. He believes philosophy gets too abstract because it’s isolated from the public, and real-world issues get muddled and full of rhetoric when they’re isolated from philosophy. He feels they ought to be combined and that this is the best way to engage the younger generation – everyone cares about their freedom; too few know that’s what politics is about.

Author Archives: William Dahlgreen

The Academy: Trouble in Paradise

March 2nd, 2012 | by William Dahlgreen

“I’m no one’s boss, no one’s my boss”: the often cited reason why academia is (or, was) the perfect occupation. [&hellip

Conjecture and Speculation

February 10th, 2012 | by William Dahlgreen

When the international trading giant Glencore made £50 million out of humanitarian crises, some charged them with moral wrongdoing and [&hellip

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