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What is it Like to be a Dragonfly?

Benedict O’Connell explores puzzles of perception with Locke, Kant and Nagel.
[Issue 131 :: April/May 2019 :: Articles]

Locke’s Question to Berkeley

Alessandro Colarossi imagines a perceptive conversation about reality.
[Issue 131 :: April/May 2019 :: Articles]

Logos by Raymond Tallis

We seek purpose and enlightenment as Stephen Anderson attempts to understand Raymond Tallis’s attempt to understand our understanding of the world.
[Issue 131 :: April/May 2019 :: Books]

Is The World An Illusion?

Each answer below receives a book. Apologies to the many entrants not included.
[Issue 129 :: December 2018 / January 2019 :: Question of the Month]

Simon & Finn

by Melissa Felder
[Issue 129 :: December 2018 / January 2019 :: Cartoon]

Foucault’s Elephant

Thomas Morrison looks hard at Michel Foucault’s problem with science.
[Issue 127 :: August/September 2018 :: Continental Thoughts]

Rashomon

Matt Qvortrup contemplates the fleeting nature of truth through Akira Kurosawa’s masterpiece.
[Issue 127 :: August/September 2018 :: Films]

Inborn Knowledge by Colin McGinn

Nick Everitt considers Colin McGinn’s arguments that we are born with some ideas.
[Issue 125 :: April/May 2018 :: Books]

Twelve Principles of Knowledge

George Dunseth outlines basic principles for knowing whether or not ideas are true.
[Issue 124 :: February/March 2018 :: Articles]

Why False Beliefs Are Not Always Bad

Sally Latham argues that sometimes it’s better to be wrong.
[Issue 124 :: February/March 2018 :: Articles]

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