Don Blakeley

Don Blakeley is an emeritus professor of philosophy from California State University, Fresno, now living in Honolulu and an adjunct lecturer at the University of Hawaii, Manoa.
Eco-Democracy Would Do Hawaii A World Of Good Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Eco-Democracy Would Do Hawaii A World Of Good

Island residents should consider an “ethics of place” approach to their surroundings.

Our Shared Political Pathologies Wikimedia Commons

Our Shared Political Pathologies

The two current presidential candidates exemplify two types of narcissism: compassionate reformer and golden tower boss.

The Quandary of Religious Freedom Sophie Cocke/Civil Beat

The Quandary of Religious Freedom

Freedom of belief is surely desirable, beneficial, and crucial for achieving human dignity and happiness. It is nonetheless personally and politically unsettling.