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Stanley Fish

Stanley Fish is an American literary theorist, legal scholar, and public intellectual. Scott Parker asks him about a particular kind of community.
[Issue 116 :: October/November 2016 :: Interview]

The Philosophy of Poetry

Roger Caldwell finds philosophy & poetry to be mutually alien.
[Issue 114 :: June/July 2016 :: Books]

The Isabel Dalhousie novels of Alexander McCall Smith

Patricia Cleveland-Peck detects philosophy in the books of Alexander McCall Smith.
[Issue 87 :: November/December 2011 :: Books]

The Fourfold Loves of C.S. Lewis and Benedict XVI

David Goicoechea compares two Christian understandings of love.
[Issue 85 :: July/August 2011 :: Philosophy & Love]

That Shine of Heavenly Light

George Ross shows how Goethe’s masterpiece Faust explored the limits of human reason and foretold the catastrophes of the modern world.
[Issue 85 :: July/August 2011 :: Articles]

Not So Strange Bedfellows: Philosophical Sci Fi Roundup

Nick DiChario is thoughtfully prophetic.
[Issue 85 :: July/August 2011 :: Books]

Sam Spade, Existential Hero?

Michael Rockler scrutinizes the private investigator’s existentialist credentials.
[Issue 75 :: September/October 2009 :: Existentialism & Culture]

Sartre on Literature

Ion Georgiou explains the literary theories of a man who loved words.
[Issue 75 :: September/October 2009 :: Existentialism & Culture]

C.S. Lewis and the Search for Rational Religion by John Beversluis

John Loftus heartily agrees with a debunking of C.S. Lewis.
[Issue 74 :: July/August 2009 :: Books]

Soon I Will Be Invincible by Austin Grossman

Nick DiChario finds out what it’s like to be the bad guy.
[Issue 73 :: May/June 2009 :: Books]

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