Summer en Deep Summer Reading on Philosophy Talk <p>What philosophers, philosophies, or philosophical issues would you like to read up on over the summer? John and Ken discuss one of this year's most talked-about books, <em>Capital in the 21st Century</em> by Thomas Piketty, with political scientist Shannon Stimson. They also get summer reading suggestions from author Rebecca Newberger Goldstein, whose new book is <em>Plato at the Googleplex: Why Philosophy Won't Go Away</em>, and Yale University philosopher Jason Stanley, author of the forthcoming&nbsp;<em>Why Propaganda Matters</em>. Thu, 05 Jun 2014 17:30:00 +0000 Devon Strolovitch 44688 at Deep Summer Reading on Philosophy Talk Contribute to San Francisco's future: Host a student intern <p align="center"><strong>SFUSD SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM 2014</strong></p><p align="center"><strong>For information about this program, </strong><strong>please contact Darlene Cardenas at 415-379-7769 or</strong></p><p>Hosting an intern is one of the single most important ways a business or individual can support students as they become young adults. &nbsp;Providing perspective and guidance to a young person as they navigate to adulthood changes lives in addition to building brand recognition and improving the workforce of San Francisco.&nbsp;</p> Fri, 15 Mar 2013 22:12:43 +0000 Matt Martin 24503 at Contribute to San Francisco's future: Host a student intern Summer: Day one <p>Disregard the almanac. And the calendar. Forget whatever the meteorologist or the astrology charts or your next-door neighbor with the hair growing out of a mole shaped like the state of Delaware on his nose told you. The true wormhole opening to summer is not the upcoming solstice on Wednesday, June 20th &ndash; it is, has been, and forever shall be the last Monday of May, Memorial Day.</p> Sat, 26 May 2012 20:14:25 +0000 Will Durst 11621 at Summer: Day one