It is sometimes claimed that gas killed many young and elderly Kurds and Arabs when the RAF bombed rebelling villages in Iraq in 1920 during the British occupation.For more information on this matter, see Gas in Mesopotamia.(A note: Churchill viewed Bolshevism as a heavily Jewish phenomenon.In his books Color Conscious: The Political Morality of Race (1996) and The Ethics of Identity (2005), and becoming a Fellow of All Souls College. His work is primarily focused in phenomenology, and he has been influential as an interpreter of the work of Edmund Husserl, Michel Foucault, and Maurice Merleau-Ponty.
Methodology Kwame Anthony Appiah was born in London, grew up in Ghana, received his Ph. from Clare College, Cambridge, and currently is a Professor with the NYU Department of Philosophy and the NYU School of Law.
When we hear the word “philosopher,” we tend to think of Ancient Greeks like Socrates or Plato, or perhaps the Frenchman René Descartes, or maybe infamous Germans like Karl Marx or Friedrich Nietzsche.
Influential philosophers thus seem to populate the past.
Contemporary philosophers are enormously influential right now.
Take Princeton’s Peter Singer and his work on animal ethics.
When a memorandum passed round a certain Government department, one young pedant scribbled a postscript drawing attention to the fact that the sentence ended with a preposition, which caused the original writer to circulate another memorandum complaining that the anonymous postscript was "offensive impertinence, up with which I will not put."The carping critic who can criticize the inartistic angle of the firemen's hose while they are attempting to put out the fire, has his counterpart in a nameless individual in the British Foreign Office who once found fault with a projected speech by Winston Churchill.