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John R. Lenz tells us why Russell thought philosophy worthwhile.
[Issue 120 :: June/July 2017 :: Bertrand Russell]
Mark Pinder puts Hilary Putnam’s essential philosophical theory to the test.
[Issue 120 :: June/July 2017 :: Articles]
Alistair MacFarlane looks at the possibilities of a logical life.
[Issue 118 :: February/March 2017 :: Brief Lives]
Marc Champagne argues that the supposedly ’professional’ style of the analytic tradition does not ensure professionalism, nor indeed, clear-mindedness.
[Issue 109 :: August/September 2015 :: Articles]
Richard Baron analyses Truth by Analysis.
[Issue 104 :: September/October 2014 :: Books]
Bruce Pennington tells us how Pythagoras became a has-bean, while another Bruce Pennington drew the portraits…
[Issue 78 :: April/May 2010 :: Fiction]
Peter Hacker is the leading Wittgenstein scholar at Oxford. Li Hong asked him about Wittgenstein and analytic philosophy.
[Issue 58 :: November/December 2006 :: Interview]
Warren Allen Smith took at trip to Times Square to see a musical whodunnit about philosophical acrobats debating the existence of God. What else could it be but Jumpers by the profound and playful Tom Stoppard.
[Issue 49 :: January/February 2005 :: Theatre]
Thomas Metzger suggests that contemporary Chinese philosophy, despite its weaknesses, challenges the foundations of modern, Western analytical philosophy.
[Issue 26 :: April/May 2000 :: Articles]
Chris Arthur reviews Robert E. Carter’s Becoming Bamboo: Western and Eastern Explorations of the Meaning of Life.
[Issue 11 :: Winter 1994/95 :: Books]