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Philosophy & Hurling: Thinking & Playing

Stiofán Ó Murchadha on knowing how we know.
[Issue 160: February/March 2024: Irish Philosophy]

What Are The Limits of Knowledge?

Each answer below receives a book. Apologies to the entrants not included.
[Issue 159: December 2023 / January 2024: Question of the Month]

A History of Lying by Juan Jacinto Muñoz-Rengel

Stuart Hannabuss looks for truths in a book on lies.
[Issue 158: October/November 2023: Books]

Should We Take Vagueness Seriously?

Apostolos Syropoulos argues that vagueness is a virtue, sometimes.
[Issue 156: June/July 2023: Vagueness]

Debating the A Priori by Paul Boghossian & Timothy Williamson

Teresa Britton debates with debates about reasoning.
[Issue 156: June/July 2023: Books]

Ergoing Nowhere

Noah Harris says Descartes failed to find absolute foundations for knowledge.
[Issue 155: April/May 2023: Descartes]

Society, Reason and Knowledge

by Rick Lewis
[Issue 154: February/March 2023: Editorial]

Humans, the Believing Animals

Aristotle says humans are rational animals but Kevin Currie-Knight argues that our capacity for belief is even more fundamental.
[Issue 154: February/March 2023: Society & Reason]

World Wide Web or Library of Babel?

Marco Nuzzaco wants us to see the net as something more than a library.
[Issue 154: February/March 2023: Society & Reason]

Postmodern Flames In Brazil

Marcos A. Raposo asks if postmodernism can survive science, and vice versa.
[Issue 154: February/March 2023: Society & Reason]

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