Regional Editor - Middle East & North Africa
Logan is a sophmore at the University of Pennsylvania majoring in Cognitive Science and Philosophy. His intellectual interests lie at the intersection of public policy and the philosophy of mind. Sepcifically, he is interested in thinking about ways to align policy and the legal system with our current understanding of facts about the human mind. In his spare time Logan enjoys reading philosophy, engaging in intellectual conversations with friends, and playing sports.
The Case for Rational Zionism
How the modern debate on Zionism can learn from the intellectual trends of past centuries and adopt reason instead of dogma
Middle East & North Africa