Travis Timmerman and Sean Clancy examine the connection between consciousness and moral responsibility.
How Embodied Cognition Is Being Disembodied
Shaun Gallagher resists the invasion of the body snatchers.
Issue 68: introduction from the editor
An introduction to issue 68 of The Philosophers’ Magazine, from editor James Garvey
If There Is No Afterlife, Does Anything Matter?
Jean Kazez looks for the answer in film, fiction, and philosophy.
The Five Parameters: introduction
Phil Hutchinson and Rupert Read introduce a new column which hopes to shine philosophical light on politics and public policies.
Interview by David Edmonds and Nigel Warburton.
Embodied Mind, Embodied Meaning, Embodied Thought
Mark Johnson on the rise of a new kind of thinking about cognition – and its surprising implications.
Issue 68 Forum: introduction
Being a Person, Living a Life
Paul Snowdon examines a practical account of personal identity.
Issue 68: What the Critics Said
“Plagiarise! Let no one else’s work evade your eyes!” is a direct quotation attributable to A M Ferner and absolutely no one else.
How Embodied Is Cognition?
Daniel D Hutto and Patrick McGivern introduce us to members of the E-family.
What Justifies the Family?
Bernard Prusak resists the call for a liberal critique.