Articles by Artur Vllahiu
Artur Vllahiu | Penn, where true eros comes to dieColumnist Artur Vllahiu argues that we have a lot to learn about the intersection of love and power relations from philosophy.
Artur Vllahiu | COVID-19: The Heideggerian dystopiaColumnist Artur Vllahiu cites the work of German philosopher Martin Heidegger, arguing that COVID-19 is an inflection point in our understanding of existence and the lack thereof.
Artur Vllahiu | Why you should not expect the dining staff to be more kindColumnist Artur Vllahiu argues that we should not expect pleasant treatment from dining workers in light of poor working conditions.
Artur Vllahiu | The myth of our liberal arts educationColumnist Artur Vllahiu argues that Penn's liberal arts education does little to encourage students to challenge the status quo and create radical change.