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A Philosophical Autobiography

Robin Wynyard reflects on his philosophical journey, and how this has influenced his thoughts about ageing.
[Issue 143: April/May 2021: Articles: 7 matches]


The Word Is Not Enough • Feed The World? • Courage & Complexity • The Art Of Aesthetics • Argue, Argue, Argue • Existence & Creativity
[Issue 59: January/February 2007: Letters: 7 matches]

Eating Your Brain: 21st-Century Zombies

Rebecca Housel on terrorism, evil and Hannah Arendt.
[Issue 96: May/June 2013: Zombies & Philosophy: 6 matches]

Let the Right One In

Colin Brookes reflects on ethical and aesthetic issues between vampires and us.
[Issue 92: September/October 2012: Films: 6 matches]

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Jason Eberl and Kevin Decker philosophize among the stars. WARNING: CONTAINS SPOILERS
[Issue 125: April/May 2018: Films: 6 matches]

Emotions: A Defence of Irrationality

Carole Haynes-Curtis on stuffed tigers, pink elephants and Mr. Spock.
[Issue 12: Spring/Summer 1995: Articles: 6 matches]


Leo Cookman performs an Unheimlich manoeuvre to review a disturbing android saga.
[Issue 120: June/July 2017: Television: 6 matches]

Thinking Comics with Danny Fingeroth

John Shelton Lawrence asks analyser of comics and the former editor of the Spider-Man range of titles what makes a superhero, philosophically speaking.
[Issue 73: May/June 2009: Comics: 6 matches]

13 Conversations About One Thing

James Okapal has 13 open questions about happiness.
[Issue 87: November/December 2011: Films: 6 matches]

Don’t Look Up

Dylan Skurka marvels at the human capacity to ignore existential threats.
[Issue 151: August/September 2022: Films: 6 matches]

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