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Why False Beliefs Are Not Always Bad

Sally Latham argues that sometimes it’s better to be wrong.
[Issue 124 :: February/March 2018 :: Articles]

The Elusiveness of Memory

Raymond Tallis talks about um… err…
[Issue 119 :: April/May 2017 :: Tallis in Wonderland]

Daydreaming In Prague

Seán Moran rambles purposefully about the streets of the Czech city.
[Issue 118 :: February/March 2017 :: The Street Philosopher]

Philosophy For The Brave

Dahlian Kirby on the benefits of existentialist counselling.
[Issue 117 :: December 2016 / January 2017 :: Articles]

The Prisoner’s Dilemma and The Evolution of Morality

Brian King seeks the possible evolution of morality through computer simulations.
[Issue 109 :: August/September 2015 :: Science & Morality]

Beyond Human Nature by Jesse J. Prinz

Lantz Fleming Miller considers the nature versus nurture divide in Beyond Human Nature.
[Issue 108 :: June/July 2015 :: Books]

At The Turnpike

Daryn Green tells a tale of partial philosophical redemption.
[Issue 107 :: April/May 2015 :: Short Story]

An Introduction To Incontinental Philosophy

Raymond Tallis extracts some principles.
[Issue 85 :: July/August 2011 :: Tallis in Wonderland]

Is Psychology Science?

Peter Rickman tells us why it isn’t.
[Issue 74 :: July/August 2009 :: Ways of Knowing]

Just A Little Tune I Found In My Mouth

Raymond Tallis muses on music, memory and memes.
[Issue 71 :: January/February 2009 :: Tallis in Wonderland]

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