Issue 6: Summer 1993
by Rick Lewis
Howard Kainz thinks the Ghost in the Machine might in fact be an angel.
Bob Fitter introduces a new labour-saving device.
George MacDonald Ross says it pays to increase your word-power.
by Peter Lloyd
This glossary contains just a few of the more popular terms from moral philosophy.
In a letter in Issue 3 Dr. John Shenkman said that philosophers were failing his patients, who needed real answers to real philosophical questions. The response was considerable. Here Dr. Shenkman explains his own philosophy.
Piers Benn on the ethics of euthanasia.
According to M.E. Fox and A.C.F.A. d’Avalos, logic dictates that at least some moral propositions must be true.
An interview with National Curriculum Council Chairman David Pascall.
Valerie Mackenzie pins down the difference with some examples.
The Philosopher as Politician? • Whose Right? • Waugh Cry • Classical Misunderstanding • Existential need • Nietzsche Trail • But is it wrong to commit howlers?
Nicholas Everitt reviews a new book on Animal Experimentation edited by Robert Baird and Stuart Rosenbaum.
Paul Royall reviews Didier Eribon’s new biography of an anguished French genius.
Mike Fuller reviews Fukuyama’s controversial book The End of History and the Last Man.