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Jonathan Edwards on Spiders

John Irish reveals the surprisingly Enlightened views of a hellfire preacher.
[Issue 145: August/September 2021: Articles]

Maine de Biran (1766-1824)

Benjamin Bâcle finds Maine de Biran’s idea of the self-willing self to be underrated.
[Issue 133: August/September 2019: Brief Lives]

Hermann von Helmholtz (1821-1894)

Dylan Daniel looks at the philosophical insights of a remarkable scientist.
[Issue 129: December 2018 / January 2019: Brief Lives]

Hume’s Miracles

Paul Warwick considers Hume’s argument against testimony concerning miracles.
[Issue 83: March/April 2011: David Hume]

The World as it is in Itself Revisited

Michael Philips thinks that intelligent aliens could help us sort out the problem of what we can know, by providing a useful new point of view.
[Issue 34: December 2001 / January 2002: Articles]

When it Comes to the Crunch

Trevor Emmott probes David Hume’s unreasonable view of cause and effect.
[Issue 27: June/July 2000: Articles]


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