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Rossen Vassilev Jr. asks if modern physics has become too metaphysical.
[Issue 133 :: August/September 2019 :: Philosophy & Science]
Michael Langford drops in on the afterlife for an argument about personal identity.
[Issue 132 :: June/July 2019 :: Short Story]
Roger Caldwell looks at Charles Taylor’s views of language.
[Issue 125 :: April/May 2018 :: Books]
Stuart Greenstreet explains how analytical philosophy got into a mess.
[Issue 103 :: July/August 2014 :: The Tractatus]
Alistair MacFarlane observes the logic of Karl Popper’s discoveries.
[Issue 88 :: January/February 2012 :: Brief Lives]
Peter Colbourne tells us a tale of lost philosophers.
[Issue 88 :: January/February 2012 :: Fiction]
Alistair MacFarlane considers the populariser of Logical Positivism.
[Issue 85 :: July/August 2011 :: Articles]
Luke Pollard finds nothing new about the New Atheists.
[Issue 74 :: July/August 2009 :: Books]
Warren Allen Smith took at trip to Times Square to see a musical whodunnit about philosophical acrobats debating the existence of God. What else could it be but Jumpers by the profound and playful Tom Stoppard.
[Issue 49 :: January/February 2005 :: Theatre]
Rick Lewis describes what philosophers have thought about science over the last century and a half.
[Issue 38 :: October/November 2002 :: The Impact of Science]