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Wars, industrialization, and the nuclear bomb demanded obedience. So, philosophy followed science in specialization. It shut down its probing questions and cleansed its broad ethical mantle, becoming neutral to good and bad. It had nothing to do with society. That’s why modern “philosophers” lose no sleep over nuclear bombs or pesticides or political corruption or environmental destruction or global warming. They know or should know the knowledge they produce is divorced from goodness and virtue. It is useless. “The point of philosophy now [in 2016],” say two American professors of philosophy, Robert Frodeman and Adam Briggle, “is to be smart, not good. It has been the heart of our undoing.”