Issue 106: February/March 2015
by Grant Bartley
Conspicuous Shortage of Women Philosophers • Non-Human Rights • Google Hires Philosopher • Museum to Confucius Built — News reports by Sue Roberts, Tomiwa Owolade and Anja Steinbauer
HOW TO THINK
Marianne Talbot tells us how to use the ultimate in transferrable skills.
Noson Yanofsky tells us how to deal with contradictions and the limitations of reason that arise from them.
Maria daVenza Tillmanns argues that we need to be holistic in our approach to solving complex problems.
Arnold Zuboff untangles the problems of a particular type of bad thinking.
Dale DeBakcsy recalls his personal journey from Positivist to Pragmatist and back again.
Lisa Kretz asks: How would you feel if it were you?
Rhys Southan gives an unexpected response.
David Dobereiner reviews the history of the nature of Nature.
Derek Harrison compares radically alternative visions of the absolute.
Steven Umbrello explores parallel philosophical universes.
Susan Lucas on how words gain meaning from their context.
Andrew Brower Latz traces two core problems for the modern mind.
War of the Words • Witt and Wisdom • Classics and Scholarship • Determined Not To Know? • Reality and Morality • A Climate of Criticism? • Caged by Mathematics? • Relationships and (A)Morality
Tim Madigan on what philosophy means to him.
Raymond Tallis tries to work out where he is.
David Macintosh reaches The End of History.
Daniel Tutt finds The Notion of Authority authoritative.
Thomas Wartenberg observes the family as politics.
by Melissa Felder
by Jon Carter
by Chris Madden
by Bill Stott
Alexander Joy observes a clash of ways of cultivating the mind.