Eric Schwitzgebel

University of California Riverside, author of the blog “The Splintered Mind”

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Philosophy professor at University of California at Riverside author of the blog “The Splintered Mind.”

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Maybe it’s an understatement to say we’re living in a world of jerks. Do we need to list the reasons why?

Are you seeing the world through jerk goggles?

Maybe it’s an understatement to say we’re living in a world of jerks. Do we need to list the reasons why?

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