Themed Articles

An Ancient Conversation About Motion

Matei Tanasă imagines the sort of conversation about change, motion, appearance and reality that philosophers were having in ancient Athens.
[Issue 151 :: August/September 2022]

Plato’s Myths

Neel Burton asks why the master reasoner turned to launching legends.
[Issue 151 :: August/September 2022]

The Pandemos

Michael Baumann imagines what a modern Socratic dialogue might be like.
[Issue 151 :: August/September 2022]

Aristotle’s Guide To Living Well

Lawrence Evans contemplates Aristotle’s argument that happiness is the ultimate goal of human life, and that it can best be found in philosophical contemplation.
[Issue 151 :: August/September 2022]

The Uses and Misuses of Socrates

Dennis Sansom says we shouldn’t be too quick to pluck philosophers out of their own historical contexts in order to put them into ours.
[Issue 151 :: August/September 2022]

Of Clouds & Shadows

Heiner Thiessen on Eratosthenes, Ancient Greek scientist.
[Issue 151 :: August/September 2022]

Kant’s Political Philosophy

Matt Qvortrup explains how the Enlightenment’s leading philosopher went looking for a bit of peace.
[Issue 150 :: June/July 2022]

In Search of an Ethical Roadmap

Samantha Neave explores how to be a good person, with the help of Immanuel Kant and the Tooth Fairy.
[Issue 150 :: June/July 2022]

Kant’s Theory of Human Dignity

Matt McManus explains why people have absolute worth.
[Issue 150 :: June/July 2022]

Did Kant Solve Skepticism?

Thomas Morrison asks just what Kant learned from his Critique of Pure Reason.
[Issue 150 :: June/July 2022]

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