A Night of Doom and Glee
Jean Kazez discovers that discussing the end of the world doesn’t have to be depressing.
Doing Thought Experiments
Timothy Williamson on how philosophers use their imagination.
Philosophy for Plain People
Ross Jensen reflects on philosophy as a way of life.
Russell Marcus on theories, intuitions, and skepticism.
Issue 85: introduction from the editor
“Yeah, but what do you actually do?” In addition to slightly pained expressions, that’s the kind of answer you get when you tell someone you’re a philosopher, or a bit less grandly, someone who teaches or writes philosophy. It’s different from a nearby question which gets all the headlines: “What is philosophy?” Fair question, but […]
Reading as a Philosopher
David W. Concepción’s top ten pointers.
Doing Philosophy as Teaching Philosophy
Alexandra Bradner and Andrew P. Mills argue that teaching is a lot more than must telling.
The Partially Examined Life
Q&A with philosophy podcast host Mark Linsenmayer.
Doing Philosophy: From Common Curiosity to Logical Reasoning: a review
Review by Justin Fisher
Why Would an Atheist Write a Commentary on the Bible?
To better understand philosophy, argues Matthew H Kramer.
How to Philosophise with Children
Peter Worley argues that philosophy in the classroom depends on a skilled facilitator.