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What Are The Most Important Things To Know?

The following answers to this question of wisdom each win a random book.
[Issue 94 :: January/February 2013]

The Incoherence of Moral Bioenhancement

Terri Murray responds to an article in Issue 91 that argued that our moral dispositions should be improved by the use of drugs.
[Issue 93 :: November/December 2012]

Defending the Indefensible?

Phil Badger explores controversial issues at the heart of liberalism.
[Issue 93 :: November/December 2012]

Free Will versus Natural Necessity?

Stuart Greenstreet asks if they can be reconciled.
[Issue 93 :: November/December 2012]

On ‘Known-To-Be-False’ Materialist Philosophies of Mind

Graham Smetham argues that since quantum mechanics tells us that matter is dependent on the observer, the mind can’t be reduced to the brain.
[Issue 93 :: November/December 2012]

Albert Einstein (1879-1955)

Alistair MacFarlane considers the life and work of a profound physicist.
[Issue 93 :: November/December 2012]

Who’s Lying, Then?

David Pitts on Epimenides of Crete and his infamous Liar Paradox.
[Issue 93 :: November/December 2012]

Twenty-First Anniversary Survey

[Issue 93 :: November/December 2012]

John Rawls & Justice

Helen McCabe considers the arguments over Rawls’ theory of justice.
[Issue 92 :: September/October 2012]

Is God Irish?

Roger McCann maps the limits of theology.
[Issue 92 :: September/October 2012]

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