Welcome to the eightieth issue of The Philosophers’ Magazine. As we cruise comfortably past our twentieth year, take a moment to think about what the world was like when our first issue hit the stands. Bill Clinton began his second term of office. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone appeared. Steve Jobs returned to work […]
Review by Geoffrey Scarre.
Todd M. Furman goes all in on the ethics of poker.
Edouard Machery and Stephen Stich
Riddle: What’s something that’s universally desired, but nobody likes once they have it? We’ll come back to that. In this issue of The Philosophers’ Magazine, Matt Brown reviews the latest contribution to graphic philosophy, a burgeoning genre that now includes Heretics!, by the esteemed historian of modern philosophy, Stephen Nadler, and his talented cartoonist son, […]
Blade Runner 2049, directed by Denis Villeneuve. Reviewed by Amy Kind.
Christian B. Miller on where the future of philosophical action lies.
Aderemi Artis argues that cups, bowls and mugs might stand above pretty, but useless art.
Wendy M. Grossman makes no assumptions about what happened.
Jean Kazez on why we feel sorry for those accused of sexual harassment.
Daniel Cohnitz on what happens when open societies take an autocratic turn.