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Living with Robots by Paul Dumouchel & Luisa Damiano

Richard Baron wonders what changes in our own thinking it would take to live with sociable robots.
[Issue 132 :: June/July 2019]

Kant & the Science of Logic by Huaping Lu-Adler

Melissa Merritt considers the logic of Immanuel Kant.
[Issue 132 :: June/July 2019]

Philosopher at a Film Festival

Thomas E. Wartenberg reports from the 22nd Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival.
[Issue 132 :: June/July 2019]

Logos by Raymond Tallis

We seek purpose and enlightenment as Stephen Anderson attempts to understand Raymond Tallis’s attempt to understand our understanding of the world.
[Issue 131 :: April/May 2019]

Why Buddhism Is True by Robert Wright

Lachlan Dale considers a naturalistic view of Buddhism.
[Issue 131 :: April/May 2019]

Arrival

Christopher Carroll asks if communicating with aliens really would be possible.
[Issue 131 :: April/May 2019]

War: An Enquiry by A.C. Grayling

Chad Trainer muses on A.C. Grayling’s modern perspective on war.
[Issue 130 :: February/March 2019]

In Defence of War by Nigel Biggar

David McKay looks at arguments about when war might be justified.
[Issue 130 :: February/March 2019]

Saving Beauty by Byung-Chul Han

Lillian Wilde asks: is it beauty that needs saving, or is it us?
[Issue 130 :: February/March 2019]

Call the Midwife

Ellen Miller considers birth, wonder, and care as philosophical frameworks.
[Issue 130 :: February/March 2019]

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