Andy Norman

Andy Norman works at reviving the forgotten virtue of wisdom. He teaches philosophy at Carnegie Mellon University and writes about the philosophical foundations of humanist values. He’s published on topics ranging from the evolutionary origins of human reasoning to the architecture of knowledge systems. His work has appeared in Free Inquiry, The Humanist, Biology and Philosophy, Philosophical Quarterly, History and Theory, and Studies in History and Philosophy of Science.

Recent Posts

June 7, 2022 in Philosophy

The Vienna Circle and Pragmatist Clubs: Variations to Select from for Evolutionary Philosophy

What’s needed is a modern framework for completing the Darwinian revolution for philosophy and all other human-related disciplines.
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May 17, 2018 in Morality, Special Publication

Why It’s Unwise to Deny Moral Universals

You don’t need much in the way of normative assumptions to convert facts into values. Consider the assertion: "All else being equal, more wellbeing is better than less." Who could…
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