“I was surprised to learn that the largest share of readers of the magazine I help edit, Big Questions Online—which features essays by leading scholars on such “big” and overtly non-utilitarian topics as free will, virtue ethics, philosophy of perception, theoretical physics and theology—are members of my generation: the much-maligned Millennials. The second largest? Generation Z, readers in high school or college. Anecdotally, I can report that I most often hear from that particular cohort of readers. They defy the stereotype of the Millennial or post-Millennial glued to a smartphone, with a short attention span and oversensitivity to challenging ideas.”
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