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The Phenomenology of Time in Memento
Becca Turcotte looks at some aspects of our experience of time, as revealed by a temporally-challenging movie.
[Issue 152 :: October/November 2022 :: Articles]
The Goodness of Existence
Jarlath Cox says whether life brings pleasure or pain, the value of being born is the ability to experience at all.
[Issue 149 :: April/May 2022 :: Articles]
Perception as a Controlled Hallucination
Raymond Tallis argues against calling everyday experience a ‘hallucination’.
[Issue 149 :: April/May 2022 :: Tallis in Wonderland]
Phenomenology At The Beach
Chad Engelland philosophically analyses the experience of being at the seaside.
[Issue 144 :: June/July 2021 :: Articles]
Memory & Time
Marla Morris considers both by philosophically remembering her teacher’s lectures, and his torn, yellowed lecture notes.
[Issue 140 :: October/November 2020 :: Articles]
Consciousness Matters by Oliver Leech
Nick Everitt wonders why consciousess matters.
[Issue 135 :: December 2019 / January 2020 :: Books]
Science & Phenomenology
Kalina Moskaluk tells us how an idea outside of her theoretical background destroyed her research project and her faith in ‘simple’ phenomenology.
[Issue 133 :: August/September 2019 :: Philosophy & Science]
Raymond Tallis has some thoughts about intentionality.
[Issue 132 :: June/July 2019 :: Tallis in Wonderland]
The Trouble with Hegel
Chris Christensen thinks Hegel shouldn’t have stopped where he did.
[Issue 129 :: December 2018 / January 2019 :: Articles]
The Light From Our Eyes
Stephen Brewer wonders what’s in the (mind’s) eye of the beholder.
[Issue 129 :: December 2018 / January 2019 :: Fiction]