Issue 10: Autumn 1994
by Rick Lewis
John Mann explains what the Continentals are up to these days.
by Liz Mabbott
In the last part of this series, Dan Hutto describes the options open to analytical philosophers today.
Alan Chudnow asks if there are any natural rights which can be derived from reasoning.
John Lippitt reports on the Friedrich Nietzsche Society Conference held in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the philosopher’s birth.
Piers Benn thinks religion would still make sense even if God didn’t exist.
Jeremy Hueting on the perception of time.
David Limond on philosophies which prefer war to peace.
More about Acorns • Bashing the Symbols • Scarre on Cars Jars • Campaign for Real Philosophers
Roger Caldwell reviews Heidegger’s Crisis – Philosophy and Politics in Nazi Germany by Hans Sluga.
Dick Hamilton reviews two books on justice and decency.
Dahlian Kirby reviews Forms of Desire, edited by Edward Stein.
John Mann reviews God in Us by Anthony Freeman.
by Peter Rickman
by Janet Schofield