Issue 11: Winter 1994/95
by Rick Lewis
Mike Fuller asks whether applied ethics is possible.
Peter J. King says you shouldn’t put up with it.
Jerry Goodenough explains why he isn’t a vegetarian.
by Gur Hirshberg
Martin Tyrrell on Methodological Collectivism and the 1994 World Cup
Over the last century, the works of this controversial German philosopher have influenced a remarkably diverse collection of people and he has been claimed as a friend by all sorts of movements which have very little else in common. Here is a handy at-a-glance guide to a few of the many faces of Friedrich Nietzsche.
Peter Lloyd casts a sceptical eye over… well, almost everything, really.
Capital Idea • Vegetable Rights • Meaningless Experience? • Naturally Right • Drop the Dead Dogma • The Horsemen Cometh?
Stuart Hanscomb reviews Philosophy at 331/3rpm by James F. Harris
Chris Arthur reviews Robert E. Carter’s Becoming Bamboo: Western and Eastern Explorations of the Meaning of Life.
Nicholas Everitt reviews Ronald Dworkin’s opinions on life and death.