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Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862)

In Thoreau’s bicentenary, Martin Jenkins looks at the famous American eccentric.
[Issue 123: December 2017 / January 2018: Brief Lives]

The Dominant Narratives of Future Societies

Ernest Dempsey on what sci fi stories say about the stories controlling our lives.
[Issue 109: August/September 2015: Articles]

Morality is a Culturally Conditioned Response

Jesse Prinz argues that the source of our moral inclinations is merely cultural.
[Issue 82: January/February 2011: The Death of Morality]

The Job Interview

Josh Tomlin gets a clear picture of his prospects.
[Issue 74: July/August 2009: Fiction]

V for Vendetta

Floris van den Berg watches The Open Society and its Enemies, the movie.
[Issue 71: January/February 2009: Films]

John Humphrey Noyes: Philosopher of Bible Communism

David White contemplates a life of sex and sermons.
[Issue 70: November/December 2008: Utopia]

The Wire

Our film columnist Thomas Wartenberg talks about television for a change, as he stares down a cable at The Wire.
[Issue 70: November/December 2008: Television]

The Accents of Her Ruby Lips

Annina Lehmann argues that wearing lipstick is a choice which shows that though we’re influenced by society, we can still make decisions about who we want to be.
[Issue 69: September/October 2008: Simone de Beauvoir]

The Big ‘H’

by Rick Lewis
[Issue 56: July/August 2006: Editorial]

Welfare and Rational Care by Stephen Darwall

Jean Chambers explains how Stephen Darwall’s ideas about care connect to an ambitious theory of rationality and ethics.
[Issue 45: March/April 2004: Books]

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