Phil Hutchinson and Rupert Read consider the nuclear option.
Philosophy, Academic Philosophy, and Philosophy for Children
Michael Lacewing on the different guises of philosophy, and what teaching tells us about them.
The Skeptic: Presence of Mind
Wendy M Grossman on the rise of the machines in theatre and cinema.
Issue 69: What the Critics Said
A M Ferner is lost in translation.
Why Lament a Bad Death?
Travis Timmerman on how we should feel about the final curtain.
David W Concepción considers the transformative power of learning philosophy.
Issue 69 Forum: introduction
Why the Free Will Debate Never Ends
Julian Baggini looks past the traditional answers.
Philosophy as an Antidote to Injustice
A philosophical education has to go beyond critical thinking, says Jennifer M Morton.
Rodger Jackson on the essence of the student/teacher dynamic.
Alan Haworth on the limits to free speech.
Conscience Versus Equality
Annabelle Lever asks, what should we do when values conflict?