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Philosopher of the Heart: The Restless Life of Søren Kierkegaard by Clare Carlisle

Roger Caldwell judges the soul-bruised life of Søren Kierkegaard.
[Issue 139 :: August/September 2020]

Crimes and Misdemeanors

Terri Murray gets to the core of ethics with Socrates and Woody Allen [CONTAINS PLOT SPOILERS!].
[Issue 139 :: August/September 2020]

The Subject of Experience by Galen Strawson

Bill Meacham subjects Galen Strawson to his critical experience.
[Issue 138 :: June/July 2020]

The Character Gap by Christian B. Miller

Massimo Pigliucci is frank about human character.
[Issue 138 :: June/July 2020]

A Few Good Men

Matt Qvortrup casts Tom Cruise as a Kantian and Jack Nicholson as a utilitarian in this Cold War courtroom ethics epic.
[Issue 138 :: June/July 2020]

Bullshit Jobs by David Graeber

Thorsten Botz-Bornstein writes in praise of Industry in our postindustrial morass.
[Issue 137 :: April/May 2020]

Philosophical Posthumanism by Francesca Ferrando

Roberto Manzocco explores the posthuman condition.
[Issue 137 :: April/May 2020]

Fellow Creatures by Christine Korsgaard

Chad Trainer asks whether animals should be considered moral ‘ends in themselves’.
[Issue 137 :: April/May 2020]

Zombies

Chris Ferbrache wonders why zombie movies have remained so popular for almost a century.
[Issue 137 :: April/May 2020]

I Am Dynamite! by Sue Prideaux

Scott Parker looks at Sue Prideaux’s (armour) penetrating biography of Friedrich Nietzsche.
[Issue 136 :: February/March 2020]

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