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To Be Born: Genesis of a New Human Being by Luce Irigaray

Dharmender Dhillon muses on Luce Irigaray’s best way to make an individual.
[Issue 128 :: October/November 2018]

Judged by Ziyad Marar

Alexander Hooke judges a book about being judged.
[Issue 128 :: October/November 2018]

Philosophy For Non-Philosophers by Louis Althusser

Neil Richardson philosophises on what Louis Althusser has to say to non-philosophers.
[Issue 128 :: October/November 2018]

Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein

David White takes a long strange trip with Jerry Garcia to watch Abbott and Costello meet Frankenstein.
[Issue 128 :: October/November 2018]

The Wisdom of Frugality by Emrys Westacott

Mark Waller finds out with Emrys Westacott that the simple life is not so simple after all.
[Issue 127 :: August/September 2018]

Decoding Chomsky by Chris Knight

Peter Stone detects an attempted literary left-wing hatchet job (an ice-pick job?) on Noam Chomsky.
[Issue 127 :: August/September 2018]

Rashomon

Matt Qvortrup contemplates the fleeting nature of truth through Akira Kurosawa’s masterpiece.
[Issue 127 :: August/September 2018]

Philosophy of Nature by Paul Feyerabend

Massimo Pigliucci says the bad boy of philosophy of science has done it again, posthumously.
[Issue 126 :: June/July 2018]

Ethics, Knowledge and Truth in Sports Research by Graham McFee

Paul Davis commentates on some philosophy of sports research.
[Issue 126 :: June/July 2018]

L’Avenir (Things to Come)

Terri Murray takes in a subtle critique of academic philosophy’s anemic inertia.
[Issue 126 :: June/July 2018]

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