Katja Behrens and Constantine Sandis confront the cat in the room.
Philosophy, Jazz, Hate and Love
James Tartaglia faces the music.
The Lure of the Cartesian Sideshow
Is there an internal mental world that is better known to you than the world outside?, asks Keith Frankish
Living with Robots: a review
A review by Alexis Elder.
Graham Oppy considers Anselm, Descartes, and contemporary modal moves.
Reading as a Philosopher
David W. Concepción’s top ten pointers.
Can Berkeley Have It Both Ways?
Daniel E Flage takes a close look at the Bishops’ views on mind, awareness and intuition.
Descartes and Hume on Human Nature
Francis Moorcroft takes a fresh look at how two giants of western philosophy differ in their analysis of human nature.