Milhail Evans reads John Gray’s Feline Philosophy: Cats and the Meaning of Life ray, Feline Philosophy: Cats and the Meaning of Life.
Kristin Andrews finds insight in Peter Godfrey-Smith’s Metazoa.
John Gray, Feline Philosophy: Cats and the Meaning of Life (Farrar, Straus and Giroux/Allen Lane), $24/£20 John Gray’s philosophy might at first glance appear to be quite concerned with animals. Straw Dogs, the book for which he is perhaps best known, had Thoughts on Humans and Other Animals as its sub-title. Yet it was, as […]
We all liked to play connect the dots as children and it can be fun in the reviews section as well. Sometimes the lines between the items add up to something – there’s an underlying theme –but what is it this time? Jean Kazez defends Zoom teaching, making a connection to the iPad art of […]
Jean Kazez is the author of The Philosophical Parent: Asking the Hard Questions about Having and Raising Children. She teaches philosophy at Southern Methodist University and edit the reviews section of The Philosophers’ Magazine.
Material Girls: Why Reality Matters for Feminism, by Kathleen Stock (Fleet), $26.99/£16.99 Kathleen Stock believes that trans people “deserve to be safe, to be visible throughout society without shame or stigma, and to have exactly the same life opportunities as non-trans people do.” So you might be surprised to find out that Stock, a gender […]
Land, directed by Robin Wright, starring Robin Wright and Demián Bishir The film Land, actor Robin Wright’s directorial debut, offers a look at one woman’s response to shattering grief upon the loss of her husband and child. Edee (played by Wright) leaves the home and life she had created with her family for a solitary […]
A review by Teresa Blankmeyer Burke.
A review by Audrey Yap.
Review by Frank Appolonia and Travis Timmerman.
A review by Brad Thompson.
The titles covered by our reviewers in this issue invite questions. Philosophy for Girls (Melissa Shew and Kimberly Garchar). Is that different from philosophy for boys? Is it the philosophy of fashion and cooking? No, you’ll be pleased to learn, it’s just philosophy, but with a focus on what all philosophy should be like, according […]