Issue 17: Spring 1997
by Rick Lewis
Colin Radford considers the wonderful world of modern art.
Marilyn Kane wonders what scientists mean when they say nature is beautiful.
Colin M. Harper on the non-reductive atheism of Ludwig Feuerbach.
Bob Sharpe doubts it. A reply to Thomas D’Andrea.
Christiane Pohl considers grief from a philosophical perspective.
Richard Lewis on Pythagoras of Samos.
Trevor Emmott explains why ‘acts of will’ may exist after all.
Mark Daniels ponders a novel experience – his first ever rave.
Richard Mason finds a saint to help a scientist.
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Michael Gough reviews Democracy’s Discontent: America in Search of a Public Philosophy by Michael J. Sandel.
Bob Sharpe reviews an unconventional book of essays by Colin Radford.
Peter Cave stumbles on some slippery slope arguments.