Why Buddhism Is True by Robert Wright

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


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]

From Bacteria to Bach and Back by Daniel Dennett

We delve into the brain to look for the mind this issue as Peter Stone agrees with Daniel Dennett that we don’t know our own minds (or brains).
[Issue 129 :: December 2018 / January 2019]

I Am Not A Brain by Markus Gabriel

Stephen Anderson agrees with Markus Gabriel that our minds aren’t brains.
[Issue 129 :: December 2018 / January 2019]

Santa Claus: The Movie

Chris Vaughan says “Bah humbug” to consumer society.
[Issue 129 :: December 2018 / January 2019]

To Be Born: Genesis of a New Human Being by Luce Irigaray

Dharmender Dhillon muses on Luce Irigaray’s best way to make an individual.
[Issue 128 :: October/November 2018]

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