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The Philosophers' Magazine

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The Philosophers' Magazine (often TPM) was founded by Julian Baggini and Jeremy Stangroom in 1997. Published four times a year, TPM is a real magazine of real philosophy. It contains essays, features, debates, interviews, columns, news and reviews. Each issue feautures a single-issue forum which contains a variety of articles around a specific theme, such as bioethics, existentilialism, sex, after 11 September and women thinkers. The magazine is mainly written by professional philosophers but it is not technical and it attracts a broad international audience. There is also TPM the website, which is self-contained, equally philosophical and different from the magazine.

The trial issues include: A forum on Poverty and Duty with an introduction by Alex Voorhoeve, Jonathan Glover being impatient about poverty and contributions by Paul Collier, David Miller and Linda Yueh.

There is a profile of Mylo the rock star who is an ex(?)philosopher and an essay by Richard Shusterman on Fitness and the Body.

Digital subscribers to The Philosophers' Magazine can also download the free 'Exactly' app to read the magazine on iPhone and iPad.

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