Jean Kazez on when we really arrive on the scene.
Jason N. Blum argues that transcendent moralities diminish the value of human beings.
Duncan J. Richter on a philosopher who refused to put up with nonsense.
Helen Frowe on the ethics of defensive killing.
Bernard Prusak resists the call for a liberal critique.
Les Burwood and Ros Wyeth argue that there are good arguments for adopting the unfashionable view that it is immoral to use animals as a resource.
An overview of the Wittgenstein Archive which is dedicated to the study and publication of all aspects of Wittgenstein’s work
If you’ve never heard of philosophical practice (or philosophical counselling, as it is sometimes known), one of The Philosophers’ Magazine’s founding editors, Jeremy Stangroom, provides an introduction to this rapidly growing field.
In the second talk, Claude Pearson outlined Aristotle’s different approach and conclusions on the topic of happiness.
Peter Holmes looks at the life and thought of nineteenth-century liberal John Stuart Mill.