Anthony Cross finds himself awestruck.
Michelle Boulous Walker argues that unhurried thinking might be the antidote we need.
Yitzhak Melamed on a neglected notion.
Maria Botero reviews Michael Tye’s Tense Bees and Shell-Shocked Crabs: Are Animals Conscious?
Danielle (“Professor Oppressor”) Poe on the art of hits and peace practice.
Charlotte Knowles on controversies in academic journals.
Chris Ranalli asks, if we can’t resolve disputes rationally, might we be tempted into morally questionable kinds of persuasion?
Karyn Lai on new waves in Anglo-Chinese philosophy.
Introduction to the issue 79 reviews.
Roberto Simanowski on how new technologies take us out of the present.
Jean Kazez on when we really arrive on the scene.