Issue 77: February/March 2010
by Rick Lewis
Famous Radical Feminist dies • Dolphin rights on agenda • Wittgenstein: the opera • Sex with robots? • Fodor attacks Darwinism — News reports by Sue Roberts
Kathleen O’Dwyer asks what Slavoj iek means by ‘love thy neighbour’.
Abdelkader Aoudjit thinks about postmodern political thinking.
Peter Benson tells a tale of Sartre, Barthes and Derrida.
Christophe Bruchansky asks if we’re living in a global themepark.
Mitchell Silver ponders the problem philosophically.
Colin Bisset is inspired to do nothing.
Carl Murray finds Plato and Aristotle having a hell of an argument.
Douglas Gearhart says there are 1001 stories from Iraq.
Jeffrey Scheuer on the philosophical legacy of J. Renford Bambrough.
Jennifer Benson urges you to add some sin to your bookshelf.
Our thirty-first concise but confounding corralling of concepts concerning contemplation by Deiradiotes.
The Paradoxes of Liberty • Nietzsche Is Dead • Arendt’s Public Example • Picking Tallis’ Brain For Thought • Chiselling at Chisholm • Time Sensitive
Having traveled from the turn of the Fourth Century B.C. to the turn of the Twenty-First Century A.D., Socrates has eagerly signed on as a Philosophy Now columnist so that he may continue to carry out his divinely-inspired dialogic mission.
by Joel Marks
Raymond Tallis time travels merely by the power of thought.
Jon Wainwright finds it easy to believe Tim Madigan.
Joel Marks finds Andrew Linzey being kind to animals.
Albert Filice looks in the mirror and observes an alien consciousness through the eyes of Hegel.
Sam Morris gives us a glimpse of his near-infinite wisdom.
by Shanta Acharya