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Don’t Be So Sure

Peter Adamson on skepticism in the history of philosophy.
[Issue 121 :: August/September 2017 :: Philosophy Then]

Facts & Opinions

Christoffer Lammer-Heindel tells us some important facts about them.
[Issue 115 :: August/September 2016 :: Articles]

Berkeley’s Puzzle by John Campbell & Quassim Cassam

Nick Everitt experiences views on the nature of experiences that don’t yield knowledge.
[Issue 115 :: August/September 2016 :: Books]

Knowledge & Language

Mary Gregg considers how our language influences us to think about knowledge.
[Issue 114 :: June/July 2016 :: Articles]

States of Shock by Bernard Stiegler

Peter Benson recovers from States of Shock.
[Issue 111 :: December 2015 / January 2016 :: Books]

Can The World Learn Wisdom?

Nicholas Maxwell points out where the Enlightenment went wrong.
[Issue 108 :: June/July 2015 :: Articles]

Allegory of the Living Room

Joe S. Kimbrough II wonders if our condition is better than that of Plato’s prisoners.
[Issue 108 :: June/July 2015 :: Fiction]

The Fourth Dialogue Between Hylas & Philonous

In 1713 George Berkeley wrote Three Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous on the nature of reality. Roger Jennings considers how it might have continued…
[Issue 105 :: November/December 2014 :: Articles]

Sceptical Hypotheses and Transcendental Arguments

Jonathan Barfield presents a way to beat the sceptics.
[Issue 104 :: September/October 2014 :: Articles]

Climate of Disbelief

Paul Biegler asks whether the way we form our beliefs means we’re hardwired to succumb to global warming.
[Issue 103 :: July/August 2014 :: Articles]

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