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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]

Anthony Gottlieb

Grant Bartley interviews the historian of Western philosophy and former Economist editor.
[Issue 118 :: February/March 2017 :: Interview]

The Life & Death of Common Sense

An obituary by Toni Vogel Carey
[Issue 110 :: October/November 2015 :: Articles]

Greek Economics: The Ancient Edition

In his new column Peter Adamson wonders what the ancient Greeks had to say about economics.
[Issue 110 :: October/November 2015 :: Echoes]

What Good Is Nature?

David Dobereiner reviews the history of the nature of Nature.
[Issue 106 :: February/March 2015 :: Articles]

The Key Ideas of Western Philosophy

John Greenbank searches history for answers to persistent questions.
[Issue 105 :: November/December 2014 :: Articles]

Johann Gottlieb Fichte (1762-1814)

Matt Qvortrup on the cosmopolitan idealist who became the misunderstood father of German nationalism.
[Issue 104 :: September/October 2014 :: Brief Lives]

A Short History of Western Thought by Stephen Trombley

David McKay fastens his seatbelt for A Short History of Western Thought.
[Issue 102 :: May/June 2014 :: Books]

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