Issue 15: Spring/Summer 1996
by Mark Daniels
Nigel Warburton gives a brief introduction to this classic text.
Cheap (under £10) and readable books on ethics.
Peter Lloyd savages the “continental” approach to moral philosophy.
by Peter Lloyd and Innes Crellin
Innes Crellin attacks the “Anglo-Saxon” approach to moral philosophy.
Brendan Larvor reviews The State We’re In by Will Hutton and explains why consumers aren’t crazy after all.
Michael Bulley on whether Events can happen Now … and other metaphysical conundra.
Our last issue contained two articles on the philosophy of science: an analysis of the works of Khun and a review of Feyerabend’s Against Method. Mike Fuller continues their debate about science, philosophy, & truth.
No! Not Philosophy! • Continental Ethics • The Anglican Communion and Marriage • Language and Meaning • Eating people and throwing darts
David Hall reviews Is There A God? by Richard Swinburne.
Mike Harding on philosophers who could answer real questions.