General Articles

Moral Relativism Is Unintelligible

Julien Beillard argues that it makes no sense to say that morality is relatively true.
[Issue 97 :: July/August 2013]

One Law to Rule Them All

Tim Wilkinson tries to chart our quest for consistency without contradicting himself.
[Issue 97 :: July/August 2013]

Good News from Neurology – But Don’t Get The Wrong Idea

Francis Fallon thinks about the difficulty of deciphering thought in the brain.
[Issue 97 :: July/August 2013]

Trying Herder

Dale DeBakcsy listens to the lost voice of the Eighteenth Century’s greatest Twenty-First-Century thinker.
[Issue 97 :: July/August 2013]

Niccolò Machiavelli (1469-1527)

Graeme Garrard on one of the few writers whose name has become an adjective.
[Issue 97 :: July/August 2013]

Knowledge & Reasons

Joe Cruz gives an evolutionary account of them.
[Issue 96 :: May/June 2013]

Fortune-Tellers & Causation

Seán Moran won’t be palmed off by talk of backwards causation.
[Issue 96 :: May/June 2013]

Science and Non-Science

Pamela Irvin Lazorko briefly introduces what demarks science from non-science.
[Issue 96 :: May/June 2013]

…er than they are: Adventures in Space with Henri Lefebvre

Tom Liam Lynch gives a semi-literal account of writing a literature review that not only addresses the spatialization of literacy, but is written spatially.
[Issue 96 :: May/June 2013]

Ada Lovelace (1815-1852)

Alistair MacFarlane on how a poet’s daughter invented the concept of software.
[Issue 96 :: May/June 2013]

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