Cloud View | List View
Tag: "history of ideas"
Peter Adamson is Professor of Late Ancient and Arabic Philosophy at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich. Duanne Ribeiro chats with him about the history of ideas, and the meaning and methods of philosophy.
[Issue 153 :: December 2022 / January 2023 :: Interview]
Samuel Grove recently published Retrieving Darwin’s Revolutionary Idea: The Reluctant Radical. In commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of The Descent of Man (1871), Roberto Navarrete sat down with him to discuss the philosophical dilemmas Darwin faced in applying his theory of natural selection to human beings.
[Issue 147 :: December 2021 / January 2022 :: Interview]
The Tragedy and the Paradox of Greek Civilization
by Vincent Kavaloski
[Issue 142 :: February/March 2021 :: Poetry]
Peter Adamson on agreement in philosophy.
[Issue 140 :: October/November 2020 :: Philosophy Then]
The Other Side of the Coins
Peter Adamson on the philosophical edge of numismatics.
[Issue 131 :: April/May 2019 :: Philosophy Then]
Peter Adamson looks at how we carve up philosophies.
[Issue 130 :: February/March 2019 :: Philosophy Then]
Does Western Philosophy Have Egyptian Roots?
Peter Flegel highlights possible connections between early Greek philosophy and the ideas of the New Kingdom of Ancient Egypt.
[Issue 128 :: October/November 2018 :: Articles]
The Philosopher as Historian
Peter Adamson on Russell’s History of Western Philosophy.
[Issue 120 :: June/July 2017 :: Philosophy Then]
Ten Neglected Classics of Philosophy
Mark Dunbar reflects on what makes a book a classic.
[Issue 119 :: April/May 2017 :: Books]
Grant Bartley interviews the historian of Western philosophy and former Economist editor.
[Issue 118 :: February/March 2017 :: Interview]