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Ponderings II-VI: Black Notebooks 1931-1938 by Martin Heidegger

Mahon O’Brien asks how far the first English translation of Martin Heidegger’s notebooks show him to be a Nazi.
[Issue 121 :: August/September 2017]

Freedom’s Right by Axel Honneth

Peter Stone questions if it’s worthwhile trying to update Hegel’s politics without addressing his problems.
[Issue 121 :: August/September 2017]

Everything

Kaya York experiences monism, mysticism, and Schopenhauerian ethics while playing David OReilly’s video game.
[Issue 121 :: August/September 2017]

I Find That Offensive by Claire Fox

Terri Murray isn’t offended by Claire Fox’s book about the politics of being offended.
[Issue 120 :: June/July 2017]

The Philosophy of Creativity edited by Elliot Paul and Scott Barry Kaufman

Les Reid has a creative response to a book on the philosophy of creativity.
[Issue 120 :: June/July 2017]

Westworld

Leo Cookman performs an Unheimlich manoeuvre to review a disturbing android saga.
[Issue 120 :: June/July 2017]

Collected Essays on Philosophers by Colin Wilson

Vaughan Rapatahana considers what Colin Wilson had to say about other philosophers.
[Issue 119 :: April/May 2017]

Ten Neglected Classics of Philosophy

Mark Dunbar reflects on what makes a book a classic.
[Issue 119 :: April/May 2017]

Where Have All The Intellectuals Gone? by Frank Furedi

Neil Richardson laments a surplus of generalities.
[Issue 119 :: April/May 2017]

Revolver

Dharmender Dhillon views this Guy Ritchie film through Buddhist and Nietzschean lenses.
[Issue 119 :: April/May 2017]

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