Ethos is a collective of critics, scholars, and public intellectuals who hope to inspire discussion about the cultures that shape—and are shaped by—contemporary society. This digital project is committed to providing an online space for reflecting upon the variety of collective customs, ideas, politics, and art that shape the human condition. To that end, Ethos is concerned with facilitating a versatile space for debating—and indeed producing—powerful cultural ideas that better the lived conditions of a diverse, global public. Thus, our referred journal articles as well as our weekly forums are inflected through our commitment to intellectual interventions in public life. Visit the project at http://ethosreview.org.
Ethos: A Digital Review of Arts, Humanities, and Public Ethics
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