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What's the real value of philosophy? Can religious violence ever be justified? How should new thoughts about what makes us tick change our notion of self-knowledge? In an age of corporations, do we need new thoughts about when groups know something and when they're responsible? How should we think about experiences that might transform us? Can film actually be philosophy? Find out in this issue.
The Philosophers’ Magazine (TPM) is devoted to publishing philosophy that’s clear, enlightening, thought-provoking and entertaining. The contributors are professional philosophers, many of international standing, who take care to make themselves understood. TPM is edited by the philosopher and writer, James Garvey.
Recent contributors include Simon Blackburn, Mary Midgley, Timothy Williamson, Sarah Bakewell, Stephen Stich, Simon Critchley, Helen Beebee, and Ray Monk. We have published interviews with Kwame Anthony Appiah, Ronald Dworkin, Martha Nussbaum, Peter Hacker, Kit Fine, Elliott Sober, Frank Jackson, Patricia Churchland, Richard Sorabji, Christine Korsgaard, and David Chalmers.
"Red Herrings and blind alleys", Simon Blackburn on philosophy's least promising propositions.
"David Chalmers on the lack of progress in philosophy", interview with James Garvey.
Film Review, Claire Creffield on Gravity
"Women in Philosophy" Jennifer Saul on unconscious biases that get in the way.
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