Kyle Johannsen argues that most wild animals live bad lives, and that we should intervene in nature to improve their wellbeing.
Alan Haworth weighs up the work.
Ian Olasov argues that philosophers have a lot of work to do.
A review by Brad Thompson.
F M Kamm on comparing deaths.
Simon Fokt describes the thinking behind the Diversity Reading List
Diversify the discipline
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 […]
Constantine Sandis on a largely unnoticed twist.
Jean Kazez finds virtue in Westerns.
Helen Beebee looks back on the last ten years.
Lawrence Harvey takes a moment to consider a remarkable conception of time.