目前,2020年美国大选的第一阶段已经结束。尽管还不能够最终确定是谁当选下一任的美国总统,但是社会各界对于美国大选的讨论越来越火热。

同样,哲学界也对此次美国大选发表了诸多的意见。Dailynous 在 Philosophers On 栏目推出了一个名为 Philosophers On 2020 U.S. Presidential Election 的话题,列举了一些哲学界对于今年大选的短评(每篇700字左右)。

这些问题包括:人们可以从特朗普总统任期内可以学到什么教训? 应该如何看待许多美国人对特朗普所表现出的热情? 特朗普的反对者和支持者应该如何互动并互相思考? 应该从特朗普的失败中得到什么? 特朗普如何改变了我们对政治和政治哲学的看法? 哲学如何帮助我们理解这一的过程? 我们应该从拜登那里期望什么,并在他准备执政时推动什么?

我们尝试把这些讨论搬运到国内,因此决定开展一个短期的开源项目,把这些短评翻译成中文,并发布到 GitHub 以及三艺四术的平台上。

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最后附上 Philosophers On 2020 U.S. Presidential Election 的文章列表:

Scott F. Aikin and Robert B. Talisse (Vanderbilt University) – The Agony of Victory, The Thrill of Defeat
Elisabeth Anker (George Washington University) – Trickle-Down Domination, and Other Pleasures
Jason Brennan (Georgetown University) – The Good News about the Bad News about the Good News
Spencer Case (Wuhan University) – Against Political Totalism
John Corvino (Wayne State University) – Rescuing Civility
David Estlund (Brown University) – Our Institutions, Ourselves
Saba Fatima (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville) – Does It Really Make a Difference to the Global South Who Is In Power?
Michael Fuerstein (St. Olaf College) – What Is the Appropriate Moral Reaction to Trump Voters?
Alex Guerrero (Rutgers University) – Moral Deplorables or Epistemic Reformables?
Adam Hosein (Northeastern University) – Steps in the Left Direction
Chris J. Lebron (Johns Hopkins University) – The Time For Liberal Moderation Is Over
Simon C. May (Florida State University) – Building Confidence
José Jorge Mendoza (University of Washington) – The Latinx Vote: What Entity, What Identity?
Regina Rini (York University) – ‘Shy’ Trump Voters: an Epistemic and Ethical Puzzle
Gina Schouten (Harvard University) – Democratic Deliberation after Trump
Olúfẹ́mi O. Táíwò (Georgetown University) – Not Biden, Us

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