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Massimo Pigliucci studies a portrait of Descartes.
[Issue 111 :: December 2015 / January 2016 :: Books]
Samuel Kaldas compares two views on the nature of animals and their implications for our moral responsibility towards them.
[Issue 108 :: June/July 2015 :: Articles]
by Chris Madden
[Issue 97 :: July/August 2013 :: Cartoon]
Harry Bracken frets about Janet Broughton’s non-historical book on Descartes’ ideas.
[Issue 43 :: October/November 2003 :: Books]
Our movie maestro Thomas Wartenberg plugs himself into The Matrix Reloaded but says that philosophically, it was destined to be dull.
[Issue 42 :: July/August 2003 :: Films]
by Rick Lewis
[Issue 42 :: July/August 2003 :: Editorial]
Scott O’Reilly gets quite excited about a new book on the nature of the mind by Laura Weed.
[Issue 42 :: July/August 2003 :: Books]
Michael Philips on the shaky foundations of the most popular philosophical theory of modern times.
[Issue 42 :: July/August 2003 :: Philosophy & the Paranormal]
A short story by Katherine Power.
[Issue 42 :: July/August 2003 :: Short Story]
Massimo Pigliucci takes a brief look at the history and current schools of philosophy of mind.
[Issue 36 :: June/July 2002 :: Mind & Morals]