James Tartaglia faces the music.
Notes from A Biscuit Tin
Clare Mac Cumhaill and Rachel Wiseman launch a project that celebrates the poetic vision of Mary Midgley.
Issue 83: introduction from the editor
As The Philosophers’ Magazine goes to press, we’re sad to learn of the death of Mary Midgley. She celebrated her 99th birthday in September and seemed to be on something of a roll. The Midgley Archive will be opened this year. She was part of a remarkable generation of women who were friends at Oxford […]
Kenneth Primrose asked leading thinkers what questions really matter most – here’s what they said.
Midgley on Murdoch
Mary Midgley was one of Britain’s most widely-read philosophers. Like her old friend, Iris Murdoch, Midgley fought hard against the orthodoxies of post-war philosophy in the English-speaking world. In this interview she talked to Julian Baggini about both her own and Murdoch’s philosophical and intellectual development.