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Are You A Garbled Relativist?

Ray Prebble argues that moral relativism is both incoherent and immoral.
[Issue 124 :: February/March 2018]

Why False Beliefs Are Not Always Bad

Sally Latham argues that sometimes it’s better to be wrong.
[Issue 124 :: February/March 2018]

Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679)

Alistair MacFarlane considers the long and thoughtful life of Thomas Hobbes.
[Issue 124 :: February/March 2018]

What’s So Bad About Smugness?

Emrys Westacott asks whether it really is a terrible moral failing.
[Issue 123 :: December 2017 / January 2018]

The Rise of the Intelligent Authors

Lochlan Bloom wonders what writers will do when computers become better writers than humans.
[Issue 123 :: December 2017 / January 2018]

Santa Claus & the Problem of Evil

Jimmy Alfonso Licon engages in a little Santodicy for Christmas.
[Issue 123 :: December 2017 / January 2018]

Kant & The Human Subject

Brian Morris compares the ways Kant’s question “What is the human being?” has been answered by philosophers and anthropologists.
[Issue 123 :: December 2017 / January 2018]

Defending Humanistic Reasoning

Paul Giladi, Alexis Papazoglou, & Giuseppina D’Oro say we need to recognise that science and the humanities are asking and answering different questions.
[Issue 123 :: December 2017 / January 2018]

Seeing the Future in the Present Past

Siobhan Lyons perceives the flow of history in terms of organic growth and decay.
[Issue 123 :: December 2017 / January 2018]

How Can I Know Right From Wrong?

The following responses to this basic ethical question each win a random book.
[Issue 123 :: December 2017 / January 2018]

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