John Broome is by turns astonished, angered and pleased by a process that put ethics into climate negotiations.
Philippa Foot: a snapshot
John Hacker-Wright on a controversy sparked by claims about moral norms and human nature.
The Beginnings of Morality
David B Wong shows how the best thinkers from another tradition can shed light on Western questions.
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.
Open Debate: The Moral Imperative to Rebel Against God – Replies and Responses
In the last issue of The Philosophers’ Magazine we published an article by Peter Fosl called “The Moral Imperative to Rebel Against God”, and invited you to submit your responses. We selected five of the best, for which Dr Fosl has written his replies.
Mill – On Utilitarianism: a review
Mike Targett discovers a book on Mill which strikes “a good balance in being accessible and informative whilst offering some substantial philosophical views”.