General Articles

Public Life, John Dewey, and Media Technology

Hans Lenk and Ulrich Arnswald use John Dewey’s distinction between public and private life to consider some implications of information technology.
[Issue 103 :: July/August 2014]

The Impossibility of Maximizing Good Consequences

Lawrence Crocker on lotteries, reasonable actions, and weird outliers.
[Issue 103 :: July/August 2014]

How Should I Live?

The following readers’ answers to this central human question each win a book.
[Issue 103 :: July/August 2014]

Ludwig Feuerbach (1804-1872)

Dale DeBakcsy tells us how Ludwig Feuerbach revolutionized philosophy and got absolutely no credit for it.
[Issue 103 :: July/August 2014]

Karl Marx (1818-1883)

Roger Caldwell rediscovers the bookish revolutionist.
[Issue 102 :: May/June 2014]

A Justification of Empirical Thinking

Arnold Zuboff tells us why we should believe our senses.
[Issue 102 :: May/June 2014]


Barbara Smoker probes why there is something rather than nothing.
[Issue 102 :: May/June 2014]

Doing Away With Scientism

Ian Kidd exposes the errors of the science fundamentalists.
[Issue 102 :: May/June 2014]

What’s The Worst That Could Happen?

Simon Coghlan tells us, with help from Derek Parfit.
[Issue 102 :: May/June 2014]

Swinburne’s Separations

Sally Latham on Swinburne’s argument that you can exist without your body.
[Issue 102 :: May/June 2014]

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