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Heidegger’s Ways of Being

Andrew Royle introduces Heidegger’s key ideas from his classic Being and Time, showing how they lead towards his concept of Being-towards-death.
[Issue 125 :: April/May 2018 :: Heidegger]

The Gift of Becoming Stranded

Amee LaTour argues we should sometimes welcome being run aground by life.
[Issue 125 :: April/May 2018 :: Heidegger]

On Looking at the Back of My Hand

Raymond Tallis finds unexpected depths of knowledge.
[Issue 124 :: February/March 2018 :: Tallis in Wonderland]

What Did Mary Know?

Marina Gerner on a thought experiment about consciousness.
[Issue 99 :: November/December 2013 :: Articles]

Seeing & Believing

Raymond Tallis looks for the missing link between them.
[Issue 99 :: November/December 2013 :: Tallis in Wonderland]

Focusing On The Brain, Ignoring the Body

Alessandro Colarossi says that Artificial Intelligence is in danger of a dead end.
[Issue 97 :: July/August 2013 :: The Self]

The Ontology of Photography: From Analogue To Digital

Peter Benson on why digital photos aren’t reliable records of anything.
[Issue 95 :: March/April 2013 :: Appearance and Reality]

Hume’s Image Problem

Marc Bobro scrutinizes how Hume thinks about thought.
[Issue 83 :: March/April 2011 :: David Hume]

What is Disjunctivism?

Adrian Haddock tells us about one of the most talked-about new approaches in philosophy today.
[Issue 81 :: October/November 2010 :: Articles]

Being Human

by Grant Bartley
[Issue 80 :: August/September 2010 :: Editorial]

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