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The Limits of Argument

Howard Darmstadter asks why rational debate doesn’t often change minds.
[Issue 142 :: February/March 2021]

Criticising Science

Martin Kusch and Alexander Reutlinger discuss the ways science is criticised.
[Issue 142 :: February/March 2021]

I Don’t Believe It!

Dene Bebbington presents a couple of bad but popular arguments.
[Issue 142 :: February/March 2021]

Escaping Scepticism with Hegel & Heidegger

Benedict O’Connell asks, must reasoning ultimately rest upon mere assumption?
[Issue 142 :: February/March 2021]

Elements of Truth

Michael Baumann lists eight essential questions for judging the reliability of information.
[Issue 142 :: February/March 2021]

The Limits of Computation

Apostolos Syropoulos goes back to BASICs to consider whether the human brain is a computer.
[Issue 142 :: February/March 2021]

To Be Is To Persist

Dustin Gray finds out that continuing to exist isn’t as simple as you might think.
[Issue 141 :: December 2020 / January 2021]

The Metaphysics of Groundhog Day

Lawrence Crocker says it’s about time, and personal identity, and free will.
[Issue 141 :: December 2020 / January 2021]

Free Will & The Brain

Kevin Loughran wonders what scientific experiments really tell us about free will.
[Issue 141 :: December 2020 / January 2021]

Determinism versus Determinism

Nurana Rajabova is determined to sort it out.
[Issue 141 :: December 2020 / January 2021]

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