Michael Langford says you should be careful what you ask from a genie, or you might get lamped.
[Issue 146 :: October/November 2021]
Cora Cruz finds that sometimes you have to take both.
[Issue 145 :: August/September 2021]
Luís Cordeiro-Rodrigues and Ricardo Tavares find good intentions leading in the wrong direction.
[Issue 144 :: June/July 2021]
Stephen McKenzie records a (mostly) friendly meeting between Friedrich Nietzsche, Khalil Gibran and Diotima of Mantinea.
[Issue 143 :: April/May 2021]
James V. Mead overhears Hegel mansplaining #MeToo.
[Issue 140 :: October/November 2020]
Meriel Patrick conducts an infinitely long train of thought.
[Issue 138 :: June/July 2020]
Vincent Kavaloski modernises Plato’s allegory of the Cave.
[Issue 136 :: February/March 2020]
Rayyan Dabbous pieces together a fictional debate using real quotes from Donald Trump, POTUS, and Hannah Arendt, political philosopher.
[Issue 135 :: December 2019 / January 2020]
Utilitarian philosopher John Stuart Mill worked for the British East India Company for 35 years. Long after Mill’s death, Gandhi led India to independence. Eugene Alper imagines a meeting of these two great political thinkers.
[Issue 133 :: August/September 2019]
Sebastian Richardson eavesdrops on Martin Heidegger’s relationship counselling.
[Issue 130 :: February/March 2019]