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Sunday, January 14, 2018

The Connected Aesthetic

The philosophy of care ethics relies upon the fundamental belief that human existence is defined by the social web humans have created around themselves. It places caring and relationships at the center of moral dilemmas, prioritizing the duties inherent to the bonds people share. These bonds people make and break have come to define their personalities, their identities, and in turn, their very lives. Thinkers that work with care ethics focus on revolutionizing the way they think about morality and the human condition, reorienting from nebulous concepts to the tangible interactions they encounter everyday. Through the camera lens, I hope to capture some semblance of the importance connections people have in their lives, beyond the grandiose and glorified ideas of interaction society harbors. Perhaps the most important part that defines their relation to others are the small things, the minutiae of it all that paints a connected aesthetic.

Junior policy debaters Dalton Nunamaker and Joshua Vincent receive their third place trophies at the Parkway West tournament in St. Louis

The team that debates together

When the layman thinks of relationships, he turns to things of romance. Individual intimacy with another has come to define common conception of relations, but the social web that constructs reality is so much...

A laughing matter

Those who laugh together stay together. RBHS friends find ways to stay connected and happy by sharing a good chuckle with one another.

Resting in the chaos

The philosophy of care ethics relies upon the fundamental belief that human existence is defined by the social web humans have created around themselves. It places caring and relationships at the center of moral...