Philosophical practice has more than its fair share of critics. Margaret Goord outlines the main criticisms of this fledgling field.
Christian Perring welcomes a surge of interest in what has been up until now a neglected poor relation in philosophy.
If you’ve never heard of philosophical practice (or philosophical counselling, as it is sometimes known), one of The Philosophers’ Magazine’s founding editors, Jeremy Stangroom, provides an introduction to this rapidly growing field.
Lou Marinoff offers a cautiously optimistic prognosis of the future of philosophical practice.
Shlomit Schuster explains why philosophical counselling is a practice for everybody.