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The Horror Anomaly

Daniel Toré contemplates the ethics of finding pleasure in displeasure.
[Issue 156: June/July 2023]

We Have Always Been Cyborgs by Stefan Lorenz Sorgner

Natasha Beranek sees transhumanism get an upgrade.
[Issue 155: April/May 2023]

In Praise of Failure by Costica Bradatan

Paul J. D’Ambrosio looks at the sorts of successes to which failure can lead.
[Issue 155: April/May 2023]

Ghostbusters

Thomas R. Morgan ponders the phantom pain and pleasure perspective.
[Issue 155: April/May 2023]

Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari

Brian J. Collins critiques Yuval Noah Harari’s ethical and political incoherence.
[Issue 154: February/March 2023]

The Philosophy of Hebrew Scripture by Yoram Hazony

Brad Rappaport meditates on a humanist reading of the Hebrew Bible.
[Issue 154: February/March 2023]

The Birth of Tragedy by Friedrich Nietzsche

Rose Thompson relates a redeeming myth by Friedrich Nietzsche.
[Issue 154: February/March 2023]

Wittgenstein: Stoppard’s Muse

Fergus Edwards finds Wittgenstein everywhere in Tom Stoppard’s plays, from Jumpers to Leopoldstadt.
[Issue 154: February/March 2023]

Seven Ways of Looking at Pointless Suffering by Scott Samuelson

Doug Phillips arms us against the slings and arrows, as he tries to find a point to pointless suffering.
[Issue 153: December 2022 / January 2023]

The Monarchy of Fear by Martha Nussbaum

Chad Trainer explores the politics of fear with Martha Nussbaum.
[Issue 153: December 2022 / January 2023]

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