Charlotte Knowles on dealing with the death of her father.
Margaret Betz finds wonder in The Three Escapes of Hanna Arendt: A Tyranny of Truth, by Ken Krimstein.
Gordon Marino unpacks Kierkegaard on what it means to die.
Iain Thomson examines the difficult and controversial Martin Heidegger.
What’s the connection between Martin Heideggger, Plato, Ted Nugent and Hank Williams? A metaphysical concern with being, suggests Simon Walter in the second of his unlikely series – “Unlikely Philosophy – Philosophical Ideas in Disguise.”