Constantine Sandis asks, who’s afraid of Wolf-Alice.
But can we automate meaning?, asks Jon K. Burmeister
J. Adam Carter and Neil McDonnell explore the difficult philosophical questions raised by virtual reality.
Our reviews in this issue showcase books that go beyond the usual boundaries of philosophy or argue for an expansionist view of the field. Frances Howard-Snyder reviews a philosophical novel set in snowy Norway. Christine Vitrano reviews a work of self-help – a philosophical guide to getting older. Though Black is Beautiful is a work […]
Thomas Nadelhoffer grapples with the arguments.
Rik Peels argues that it’s time to take Socrates’ fascination with ignorance seriously.
A review by Frances Howard-Snyder.
A review by Christine Vitrano.
Charlotte Knowles on philosophers who stand up for something.
Ruth Yeoman asks, can we create more meaningful work?
Wendy M. Grossman counts the cost of bad research.