Issue 158: October/November 2023
by Rick Lewis
Cornel West runs for President • Hypatia flees… to Glasgow • NTT launches its own philosophy institute — News reports by Anja Steinbauer
Jack Pemment considers the strange attraction between two deep minds.
Georgia Arkell reconsiders Arendt’s explosive report on the trial of Eichmann.
THE LIFE PHILOSOPHICAL
Eldar Sarajlic philosophically considers what it is to do philosophy.
Mathis Bitton suggests three ways that philosophy progresses.
George Sher writes some philosophy to tell us.
Alexander Jeuk says overspecialization, academic debate focusing, and simplistic argument structures, are prominent missteps in modern philosophy.
Martin Cohen says they get them the same sort of places as everyone else.
Paul Doolan clearly sees transparency through philosophy.
Jimmy Alfonso Licon on moral mediocrity.
David Berman holds key oppositions in tension, including concerning morality.
B.V.E. Hyde looks at the statesman who fathered Japanese philosophy.
High Impact Thinking • Computations & Cogitations • Postmodernism Lives! • (M)Eat To Live • Right & Wrong Still Debated • A Multiplicity of Meanings • A Quantum of Freedom • Letters from Women Readers
by Terence Green
by Matt Qvortrup
Raymond Tallis breaks down the ultimate breakdown.
Massimo Pigliucci helps us to know our limits.
Roger Caldwell considers the quest of anthropologists.
Stuart Hannabuss looks for truths in a book on lies.
Thomas R. Morgan finds John Gray a bit downbeat.
Terri Murray thinks the film perfectly captures the zeitgeist [CONTAINS SPOILERS].
by Tim Oliphant
by Ron Coleman
by Mira Scharf
by Melissa Felder
A comic by Corey Mohler about the inevitable anguish of living a brief life in an absurd world.
Guy Bennett-Hunter wonders if the father of Western philosophy is a philosopher.
by Philip Burchill