Issue 19: Winter 1997/98
by Rick Lewis
Martin Tyrrell on lotteries, religion and Pascal’s Wager.
Dane Gordon on a forgotten philosopher who practiced what he preached.
Fred Leavitt reveals how the whiteness of swans proves the blackness of ravens.
Steven Goldberg reveals the musings of those who condemned Socrates to drink his Hemlock.
Mark Conard reveals the metaphysical truths lurking under the rug in Tarantino’s cult classic.
Stephen Ferguson asks whether mathematical objects are real.
Death & Detachment • Is That The Time? • The Mysterious East • The Long Arm of the Law • Things that Think • God and Reason
Ralph Blumenau reviews Bryan Magee’s philosophical autobiography.
Colin Harper reviews Adorno’s essays on the Master.
Marilyn Kane reviews The Moral Case Against Religious Belief by R.A. Sharpe.
Kevin Brooks confesses to insecticide.