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Pandora’s Book by David Birch

Steven Campbell-Harris is provoked by ideas.
[Issue 148 :: February/March 2022]

The Origins of Totalitarianism by Hannah Arendt

In our ‘classics’ department, James Reynolds says we mustn’t forget Hannah Arendt’s warning.
[Issue 148 :: February/March 2022]

Tenet

Ștefan Bolea considers the motives of the kind of villain who wants to destroy the world (CONTAINS SPOILERS).
[Issue 148 :: February/March 2022]

On Philosophy and Philosophers: Unpublished papers, 1960-2000 by Richard Rorty

Daniel C. Dennett on the Richard Rorty Factor.
[Issue 147 :: December 2021 / January 2022]

An Event, Perhaps: A Biography of Jacques Derrida by Peter Salmon

Omar Sabbagh on a biography of Jacques Derrida.
[Issue 147 :: December 2021 / January 2022]

A Vindication of the Rights of Woman by Mary Wollstonecraft

Sara Bizarro reviews a classic: Mary Wollstonecraft’s pioneering Vindication of the Rights of Woman.
[Issue 147 :: December 2021 / January 2022]

Minding the Gap

Dylan Skurka on a film that suggests it’s possible to choose to overcome your upbringing.
[Issue 147 :: December 2021 / January 2022]

Time of the Magicians by Wolfram Eilenberger

This issue we travel back in time in Germany, as Leonid Bilmes uses words and symbols to consider the words and symbols of four famous ‘Weimar magicians’.
[Issue 146 :: October/November 2021]

All Things are Nothing To Me by Jacob Blumenfeld

Douglas Groothuis thinks nothing of Max Stirner’s nihilism.
[Issue 146 :: October/November 2021]

‘We’re All Just Rats in Mazes’

Jarid Goodman watches rats negotiate the maze of popular culture.
[Issue 146 :: October/November 2021]

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