Philosophy · School

The Therapeutic Day School and Diversity in Special Education 

Below is my final project for my upper level philosophy course- The Ethics of Diversity- that was just graded. I replaced the name of my old school in it, quite honestly because my parents told me to. I would have liked to include it. Ah well! Enjoy. _________________________ Olivia Epley Special Topics in Philosophy: The… Continue reading The Therapeutic Day School and Diversity in Special Education 

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The Descent of Alette: Feminine Epics as Rebellion

I just turned this one in. It's for a very basic English class (albeit Honors) that we all have to take as freshmen. I hope it's at least mildly interesting. Here is the link to the book, The Descent of Alette by Alice Notley. --------------------------------- The Iliad. The Odyssey. Beowulf. Paradise Lost. What do these… Continue reading The Descent of Alette: Feminine Epics as Rebellion

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I’m grateful for my parents, and they’re grateful for me

I'm grateful for my parents because they challenge me. They don't always tell me what I want to hear. My father, in particular, knows when to push me and when to comfort.   He didn't always. For a long time, I wouldn't characterize either of my parents as at all effective in facilitating my treatment.… Continue reading I’m grateful for my parents, and they’re grateful for me

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My Philosophy Presentation on Mental Illness as Disability

I'm taking this amazing upper level Philosophy course titled The Ethics of Diversity. In this class, we are each allowed to spearhead our own day of discussion about a particular sector of diversity. I immediately chose neuro-diversity. My partner for the day is discussing The Minority Body and its corresponding implications for physical disability. My half of the… Continue reading My Philosophy Presentation on Mental Illness as Disability