Issue 150: June/July 2022
by Rick Lewis
Mendelssohn Dreams of Enlightenment • Poll Says Public Want Vegan Cars • Bertrand Russell Comes to Bloomsbury — News reports by Anja Steinbauer
Matt Qvortrup explains how the Enlightenment’s leading philosopher went looking for a bit of peace.
Samantha Neave explores how to be a good person, with the help of Immanuel Kant and the Tooth Fairy.
Matt McManus explains why people have absolute worth.
Thomas Morrison asks just what Kant learned from his Critique of Pure Reason.
Joshua Mozersky argues that reality itself might be accessible to us.
Helena Moradi asks if the promise of pure progress is problematic.
Peter Gildenhuys says many adverts are saturated with sophistry.
Francisco Javier Camacho Jr asks, what difference does it make?
Thorsten Botz-Bornstein asks what Daoist sages might have thought about PC.
Peter Mullen reproduces part of Wittgenstein’s lost work, Bemerkungen Uber Die Grundsätzlichkeit Des Snooker.
Hilarius Bogbinder tells us about an innovative Ukrainian philosopher, democratic theorist and campaigner against tyranny.
Henk Manschot is Professor Emeritus at the University of Humanistics in the Netherlands. Amirali Maleki interviews him about Nietzsche’s approach to philosophy and life.
Life is a Political Act • More Wisdom of Lovers • Alfons Grieder • Still Questing • Paradoxically Yours – Or Not • Self-Censorship vs Insensitivity • Shooting Sartre Full of Holes • Buddhist Phenomenology • Freed Speech • Are Philosophers Stoned?
by Terence Green
by Matt Qvortrup
Seán Moran imagines Immanuel as an inn-keeper.
Raymond Tallis reflects on the man in the mirror.
Vincent Di Norcia thinks about Roman Emperors.
Peter Stone gives good reasons why inequality is bad.
Alan Shepherd scrutinises a new vision of society.
Michael J. Ferreira takes apart a controversial claim about self-education.
by Melissa Felder
by Chris Gill
by Guto Dias
by Mike Shiell
by Mike Shiell
by Wolfgang Niesielski
Mike Mallory sits in on a future tribunal.
by Sarah Rochelle
by George Hopewell