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Humanity, Metaphor & the Recursive Mind

Brian King wonders what there is about human minds that’s unique to us.
[Issue 130 :: February/March 2019 :: Mind & Self]

Hounded in Holland

Seán Moran considers canine companions.
[Issue 130 :: February/March 2019 :: Street Philosopher]

Homo Faber

Raymond Tallis makes much out of human tool use.
[Issue 130 :: February/March 2019 :: Tallis in Wonderland]

Putting Animals & Humans To Sleep

John Shand doubts there is a moral difference.
[Issue 129 :: December 2018 / January 2019 :: Articles]

Philosophers At The Dog Auction

How Kim Kavin found herself considering the philosophies of Kant, Mill and Singer at America’s biggest legal dog auction.
[Issue 126 :: June/July 2018 :: Articles]

Eating Stupid Pigs

Marco Kaisth asks, could radical genetic engineering create ethical factory farms?
[Issue 119 :: April/May 2017 :: Bioethics & Medical Ethics]

News: December 2016 / January 2017

Peter Singer wins Philosophy Now Award • Philosophers and the US Election • Animal Welfare: Good News & Bad News? — News reports by Anja Steinbauer
[Issue 117 :: December 2016 / January 2017 :: News]

Meat is Murder

Peter Adamson contemplates non-violence in ancient Indian thought.
[Issue 113 :: April/May 2016 :: Philosophy Then]

When Apes Have Their Day In Court

Shawn Thompson follows legal efforts in the U.S. and Argentina to win rights for apes, exploring arguments about morality and autonomy along the way.
[Issue 111 :: December 2015 / January 2016 :: Articles]

Descartes versus Cudworth On The Moral Worth of Animals

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]

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