Welcome to DylanHatch.net
I currently study philosophy and political economy at Hampshire College. I will pursue a graduate degree in political science beginning in the 2023-2024 school year.
My interests lay at the intersection of politics, philosophy, and economics. I study thee dilemmas: the ethis of power and wealth distribution, the functions (and dysfunctions) of contemporary power structures, and the specific ways in which existing institutions can democratize and sustain an ethical distribution of power.
My ultimate goal is to teach at the post-seconday level and encourage the development of future activists, politicians, scholars, and social leaders.
- A Cognitive Explanation for Prejudiced Behavior
- Was Karl Marx Correct About the Future of Capitalism?
- Max Weber and the Religion of Industrial Capitalism
- Howard Zinn, People’s History and the Issue of Historical Objectivity
- The Revolutionary Life and Legacy of Emma Goldman (1869-1940)
- Studying the Historical Communes of Paris and Barcelona
- Madison’s Fear of Pure Democracy
- A Brief History of the Pentagon
- The Impacts of Reaganomics on the American Working Class
- Thoughts on Work, Leisure, and Fulfillment
- My Ethical Position Regarding Non-Human Life
- The Significance of Locke’s Political Philosophy
- A Critique of Kantian Moral Philosophy
- The Ethics and Viability of a Carbon Tax in Massachusetts
- Dilemmas of Utilitarianism
- Deliberating Ethical Utility Distribution in a Populous Society