Albert Spencer takes a close look at our decision making.
If someone new to philosophy asked you for a recommended reading, what would you suggest? I’ve asked a fair number of philosophers this over the years and found that there’s more agreement in answers to this question than at least many philosophical questions. Ask about the nature of mind and the replies are all over […]
Introduction to issue 81 from the editor.
L. Nathan Oaklander explains how we might understand the passage of time.
One hundred years after the start of the First World War, Michel Petheram reflects on its meaning for some of the philosophers who lived through it.
Howard Marks tells Julian Baggini about prison, pot and Hempel’s Paradox.
The second of Roy Ahmed-Jackson’s series examining classic problems in the philosophy of religion.
Francis Moorcroft considers Russell’s Paradox.