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The Philosophy of Japanese Gardens

Sailee Khurjekar says that size matters when it comes to horticulture.
[Issue 146 :: October/November 2021]

Liberal Individualism & Cultural Decay

Raymond D. Boisvert considers how the first leads to the second.
[Issue 146 :: October/November 2021]

Expanding the Original Position to Animals

Matthew Chalmers applies the political philosophy of John Rawls to creatures great and small.
[Issue 146 :: October/November 2021]

Against Veganism

Chris Belshaw makes the case for rearing animals for their meat and produce.
[Issue 146 :: October/November 2021]

Moral Philosophy & Being Good

Charlie White asks, what’s the purpose of moral philosophy? Can it take us to a good place?
[Issue 146 :: October/November 2021]

Jonathan Edwards on Spiders

John Irish reveals the surprisingly Enlightened views of a hellfire preacher.
[Issue 145 :: August/September 2021]

Taylor Swift’s Liar Paradox

With the help of renowned logician Taylor Swift, Theresa Helke introduces four fundamental paradoxes: the Liar, Epimenides’, the Truth-Teller, and the No-No.
[Issue 145 :: August/September 2021]

The Stoic’s Lacuna

Alex Richardson explores the ethical cavern at the centre of Stoicism.
[Issue 145 :: August/September 2021]

Would Kant Have Worn a Face Mask?

Todd Mei says yes, as a duty of practical reason.
[Issue 145 :: August/September 2021]

Deleuze & Guattari’s Friendly Concepts

Karen Parham explores the collection of curious concepts Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari use in their organic perception of reality.
[Issue 144 :: June/July 2021]

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