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Philosophy Now

April - May 2019
Magazine

Philosophy Now is a magazine for everyone interested in ideas. It isn't afraid to tackle all the major questions of life, the universe and everything. It tries to corrupt innocent citizens by convincing them that philosophy can be exciting, worthwhile and comprehensible, and also to provide some light and enjoyable reading matter for those already ensnared by the muse, such as philosophy students and academics. It contains articles on all aspects of philosophy, plus book reviews, film reviews, news, cartoons, and the occasional short story.

Question Marx

News

Karl Marx: Man & Mind • Matt Qvortrup argues that Marx still inspires those longing for a better world.

Simon + Finn

A New Twist on Old Ideas • Lucian Lupescu sees how far Kant’s and Marx’s ideals overlap.

Philosophical Haiku

Marx & Nietzsche • Jack Fox-Williams explores power, class and religion.

Popper on Marx on History • Chris Christensen considers a clash of two colossal Karls.

Marx’s Leviathan • Patrick Cannon on anarchy and state.

How Can Anybody Change Culture? • Kevin Brinkmann tells us, with the help of Althusser, Gramsci and Mannheim.

Thomas Kuhn (1922-1996) • Will Bouwman considers the development of a paradigmatic revolutionary.

Is Philosophy Still The Friend Of Wisdom? • Each answer below receives a book. Apologies to the many entrants not included. Thanks to Finn Janning for suggesting this month’s question.

Socratic Wisdom & The Knowledge of Children • Maria daVenza Tillmanns uncovers the natural philosopher in us all.

Against Stupidity in the Media • Angela Phillips is the winner of Philosophy Now’s 2019 Award for Contributions in the Fight Against Stupidity. She gave this acceptance talk at Conway Hall in January.

What is Panspiritism? • Steve Taylor introduces an alternative way of conceiving consciousness.

Masterplan

What is it Like to be a Dragonfly? • Benedict O’Connell explores puzzles of perception with Locke, Kant and Nagel.

Locke’s Question to Berkeley • Alessandro Colarossi imagines a perceptive conversation about reality.

Letters • When inspiration strikes, don’t bottle it up. Email me at rick.lewis@philosophynow.org Keep them short and keep them coming!

The Other Side of the Coins • Peter Adamson on the philosophical edge of numismatics.

Books • We seek purpose and enlightenment as Stephen Anderson attempts to understand Raymond Tallis’s attempt to understand our understanding of the world, and Lachlan Dale considers a naturalistic view of Buddhism.

Why Buddhism Is True by Robert Wright

ARRIVAL • Christopher Carroll asks if communicating with aliens really would be possible.

Subscribe to Philosophy Now Back Issues & Digital Editions

On Failing to be a Philosopher • Raymond Tallis thinks through what not thinking things through involves.

An Unwanted Visitation • Craig Potter on a conversation out of time.


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 60 Publisher: Anja Publications Ltd Edition: April - May 2019

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  • Release date: March 21, 2019

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Philosophy Now is a magazine for everyone interested in ideas. It isn't afraid to tackle all the major questions of life, the universe and everything. It tries to corrupt innocent citizens by convincing them that philosophy can be exciting, worthwhile and comprehensible, and also to provide some light and enjoyable reading matter for those already ensnared by the muse, such as philosophy students and academics. It contains articles on all aspects of philosophy, plus book reviews, film reviews, news, cartoons, and the occasional short story.

Question Marx

News

Karl Marx: Man & Mind • Matt Qvortrup argues that Marx still inspires those longing for a better world.

Simon + Finn

A New Twist on Old Ideas • Lucian Lupescu sees how far Kant’s and Marx’s ideals overlap.

Philosophical Haiku

Marx & Nietzsche • Jack Fox-Williams explores power, class and religion.

Popper on Marx on History • Chris Christensen considers a clash of two colossal Karls.

Marx’s Leviathan • Patrick Cannon on anarchy and state.

How Can Anybody Change Culture? • Kevin Brinkmann tells us, with the help of Althusser, Gramsci and Mannheim.

Thomas Kuhn (1922-1996) • Will Bouwman considers the development of a paradigmatic revolutionary.

Is Philosophy Still The Friend Of Wisdom? • Each answer below receives a book. Apologies to the many entrants not included. Thanks to Finn Janning for suggesting this month’s question.

Socratic Wisdom & The Knowledge of Children • Maria daVenza Tillmanns uncovers the natural philosopher in us all.

Against Stupidity in the Media • Angela Phillips is the winner of Philosophy Now’s 2019 Award for Contributions in the Fight Against Stupidity. She gave this acceptance talk at Conway Hall in January.

What is Panspiritism? • Steve Taylor introduces an alternative way of conceiving consciousness.

Masterplan

What is it Like to be a Dragonfly? • Benedict O’Connell explores puzzles of perception with Locke, Kant and Nagel.

Locke’s Question to Berkeley • Alessandro Colarossi imagines a perceptive conversation about reality.

Letters • When inspiration strikes, don’t bottle it up. Email me at rick.lewis@philosophynow.org Keep them short and keep them coming!

The Other Side of the Coins • Peter Adamson on the philosophical edge of numismatics.

Books • We seek purpose and enlightenment as Stephen Anderson attempts to understand Raymond Tallis’s attempt to understand our understanding of the world, and Lachlan Dale considers a naturalistic view of Buddhism.

Why Buddhism Is True by Robert Wright

ARRIVAL • Christopher Carroll asks if communicating with aliens really would be possible.

Subscribe to Philosophy Now Back Issues & Digital Editions

On Failing to be a Philosopher • Raymond Tallis thinks through what not thinking things through involves.

An Unwanted Visitation • Craig Potter on a conversation out of time.


Expand title description text