General Articles

Diogenes the Cynic (c.404-323 BC)

Martin Jenkins recalls what we know for sure about the philosopher in the barrel.
[Issue 149: April/May 2022]

Demons of the Self

Tristen Taylor finds problems in meaningfully defining ‘evil’.
[Issue 148: February/March 2022]

Pascal’s Climate Wager

Keith Tidman considers the smart bet for our future.
[Issue 148: February/March 2022]

Men of Steel: Superman vs Übermensch

Roy Schwartz examines whether the world’s first superhero really was inspired by Nietzsche’s ‘superior man’, and what the Nazis have to do with it.
[Issue 148: February/March 2022]

Should Kant Be Canceled?

Mark Couch wonders where we should draw the line with historical thinkers.
[Issue 148: February/March 2022]

Harmony & Cancellation Culture

Erica Stonestreet asks, are we too quick these days to break off relationships?
[Issue 148: February/March 2022]

C.L.R. James (1901-1989)

David Austin on the life in writing of a philosopher of the dispossessed, and cricket.
[Issue 148: February/March 2022]

Huygens: A Scientist Among the Philosophers

Hugh Aldersey-Williams traces the philosophical connections of a polymath.
[Issue 147: December 2021 / January 2022]

What Is Guilt?

Farah Abdessamad wonders if it is a function of responsibility.
[Issue 147: December 2021 / January 2022]

Hegel Reading Heraclitus

Antonis Chaliakopoulos offers an intro to Heraclitus, and to Hegel, via each other.
[Issue 147: December 2021 / January 2022]

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