Alan Haworth is the author of Understanding the Political Philosophers: From Ancient to Modern Times. He is working on a study of political philosophy since 1945.
Issue 94 Thoughts: introduction
If you think of philosophy as a way to escape from the calamities and irritants of 2021, you will find much that is pleasing in this section. Steven Nadler’s discussion of Spinoza and Stoicism starts with the charming fact that an inventory of the philosopher’s possessions, upon his death, revealed that he owned two pairs […]
A Theory of Justice at Fifty
Alan Haworth weighs up the work.
The Future Life of the Universal Declaration
Alan Haworth on the thinking behind rights, charters, and bills.
Philosophy, In a Sense
Constantine Sandis on tolerance and traditions.
Reading as a Philosopher
David W. Concepción’s top ten pointers.
Politics as Usual
Alan Haworth looks for a paradigm shift in politics.