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Dancing with Absurdity

Fred Leavitt argues that our most cherished beliefs are probably wrong.
[Issue 110 :: October/November 2015 :: Articles]

Ataraxia in the Age of Too Much Information

Eric Scheske considers the link between Pyrrho of Elis and internet culture.
[Issue 104 :: September/October 2014 :: The Other Greek Philosophers]

Sceptical Hypotheses and Transcendental Arguments

Jonathan Barfield presents a way to beat the sceptics.
[Issue 104 :: September/October 2014 :: Articles]

Paolo Sarpi (1552-1623)

Gerald Curzon reviews the life and opinions of the original New Atheist.
[Issue 101 :: March/April 2014 :: Brief Lives]

Taking Issue with The God Issue

Raymond Tallis argues against theist arguments in PN 99.
[Issue 101 :: March/April 2014 :: Tallis in Wonderland]

The Skeptibot

Kevin Heinrich introduces the ultimate in automated thinking. Or does he?
[Issue 99 :: November/December 2013 :: Short Story]

Yes Virginia, There is a Santayana

Frank N. Churchless, aka Tim Madigan, on a vexed ontological issue.
[Issue 76 :: November/December 2009 :: Food for Thought]

Searching For Santa

Sam Morris scatters solstice scepticism over the stories of the saint with the supersonic sleigh.
[Issue 70 :: November/December 2008 :: Articles]

Nassim Nicholas Taleb

Nassim Nicholas Taleb has had a run-away success with The Black Swan, a book about surprise run-away successes. Constantine Sandis talks with him about knowledge and scepticism.
[Issue 69 :: September/October 2008 :: Interview]

George Moore’s Hands: Scepticism About Philosophy

Raymond Tallis is sceptical about Moore’s scepticism about scepticism.
[Issue 69 :: September/October 2008 :: Tallis in Wonderland]

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