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Michael Ruse is a well known philosopher of biology. He has written extensively on the relationship between science and religion. His latest book is A Meaning to Life (OUP). Seth Hart asked him about it.
[Issue 135 :: December 2019 / January 2020 :: Interview]
John Holroyd on the pitfalls of academic debates about God and evil.
[Issue 133 :: August/September 2019 :: Articles]
Michael Langford drops in on the afterlife for an argument about personal identity.
[Issue 132 :: June/July 2019 :: Short Story]
Carlo Filice wonders why a god would bother to create a world.
[Issue 128 :: October/November 2018 :: Articles]
Martin Jenkins looks at the life of a mathematician-philosopher apologist.
[Issue 125 :: April/May 2018 :: Brief Lives]
Mark Piper designs an argument questioning the design argument.
[Issue 125 :: April/May 2018 :: Dialogue]
Stefan Bolea talks of madness, antihumanism, and the arrival of the new gods.
[Issue 124 :: February/March 2018 :: Films]
Ray Liikanen overhears a modern-day Socratic dialogue.
[Issue 122 :: October/November 2017 :: Dialogue]
David Glass and Mark McCartney say Ockham’s razor doesn’t cut it with God.
[Issue 115 :: August/September 2016 :: Articles]
Matt DeStefano is unswayed by an argument explaining atheism by immorality.
[Issue 115 :: August/September 2016 :: Books]