Issue 107: April/May 2015
by Rick Lewis
Irving Singer dies • Heidegger notebooks shock • Old skull prompts philosophical questions — News reports by Sue Roberts and Anja Steinbauer
MODERN FRENCH PHILOSOPHY
Robin Rymarczuk is Michel Foucault’s ‘friend’.
Peter Benson tells us how critiques of both Marx and capitalist society have evolved in France, with special reference to Jean Baudrillard and Bernard Stiegler.
Danelle Gallo compares the ecstacies of Georges Bataille and Yves Klein.
Yonathan Listik puts in a linguistic performance to communicate Derrida’s linguistic performance.
James Alexander finds Alain Badiou guilty of horrors but sometimes worth reading.
Alejandra Mancilla uses an example from Robert Nozick to question the claims to ownership made by breeders of genetically modified organisms.
Phil Badger thinks about rudeness, blasphemy and tolerance in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo murders.
Howard Darmstadter considers different ways of seeing the world.
Van Harvey wants the facts.
In January Noam Chomsky received the Philosophy Now Award for fighting stupidity.
Joshua Farris asks what you find when you find yourself.
Derrick Grover considers the communication of contemplation.
Dale DeBakcsy tells us how to not mean what we can’t say.
The Vegans Strike Back • Critical Criticisms • Peaceful Disagreements • Berkeley’s Clouds of Dust • Free To Disagree • Tallis Neither Here Nor There
Raymond Tallis thinks outside the bag.
Michael Williams surveys the prospect of The Way of Love.
Richard Baron puts Experimental Philosophy to the test.
Randall Albury unveils courtly philosophy.
Terri Murray finds herself in a maze of mirrors, but has Jean Baudrillard as her guide.
by Chris Madden
by Melissa Felder
by Bill Stott
Daryn Green tells a tale of partial philosophical redemption.