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Philosophy Now

June - July 2022
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.

The World in Kant’s Head

Philosophy Now

some of our Contributors

News

Philosophy Shorts

Kant’s Political Philosophy • Matt Qvortrup explains how the Enlightenment’s leading philosopher went looking for a bit of peace.

SIMON + FINN

In Search of an Ethical Roadmap • Samantha Neave explores how to be a good person, with the help of Immanuel Kant and the Tooth Fairy.

Kant’s Theory of Human Dignity • Matt McManus explains why people have absolute worth.

Philosophers' Cafe

Did Kant Solve Skepticism? • Thomas Morrison asks just what Kant learned from his Critique of Pure Reason.

A Philosophical Lunch

Transcending Kant • Joshua Mozersky argues that reality itself might be accessible to us.

The Enticing Light of Progress • Helena Moradi asks if the promise of pure progress is problematic.

Advertising is Immoral • Peter Gildenhuys says many adverts are saturated with sophistry.

The Deep

Gender as Biological Fact vs Gender as Social Construction • Francisco Javier Camacho Jr asks, what difference does it make?

Zhuangzi, Language & Gender • Thorsten Botz-Bornstein asks what Daoist sages might have thought about PC.

Wittgenstein Plays Snooker • Peter Mullen reproduces part of Wittgenstein’s lost work, Bemerkungen Uber Die Grundsätzlichkeit Des Snooker.

Henk Manschot • is Professor Emeritus at the University of Humanistics in the Netherlands.

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

How to Think Like a Roman Emperor • Vincent Di Norcia thinks about Roman Emperors, Peter Stone gives good reasons why inequality is bad, and Alan Shepherd scrutinises a new vision of society.

Why Does Inequality Matter?

Organicity: Entropy or Evolution

GOOD WILL HUNTING • Michael J. Ferreira takes apart a controversial claim about self-education.

Kindly with Kant • Seán Moran imagines Immanuel as an inn-keeper.

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Back Issues & Digital Editions

An Unholy Trinity • Raymond Tallis reflects on the man in the mirror.

Pylyp Orlyk (1672-1742) • Hilarius Bogbinder tells us about an innovative Ukrainian philosopher, democratic theorist and campaigner against tyranny.

The Confession • Mike Mallory sits in on a future tribunal.

Philosophical Haiku


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 68 Publisher: Anja Publications Ltd Edition: June - July 2022

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  • Release date: June 2, 2022

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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.

The World in Kant’s Head

Philosophy Now

some of our Contributors

News

Philosophy Shorts

Kant’s Political Philosophy • Matt Qvortrup explains how the Enlightenment’s leading philosopher went looking for a bit of peace.

SIMON + FINN

In Search of an Ethical Roadmap • Samantha Neave explores how to be a good person, with the help of Immanuel Kant and the Tooth Fairy.

Kant’s Theory of Human Dignity • Matt McManus explains why people have absolute worth.

Philosophers' Cafe

Did Kant Solve Skepticism? • Thomas Morrison asks just what Kant learned from his Critique of Pure Reason.

A Philosophical Lunch

Transcending Kant • Joshua Mozersky argues that reality itself might be accessible to us.

The Enticing Light of Progress • Helena Moradi asks if the promise of pure progress is problematic.

Advertising is Immoral • Peter Gildenhuys says many adverts are saturated with sophistry.

The Deep

Gender as Biological Fact vs Gender as Social Construction • Francisco Javier Camacho Jr asks, what difference does it make?

Zhuangzi, Language & Gender • Thorsten Botz-Bornstein asks what Daoist sages might have thought about PC.

Wittgenstein Plays Snooker • Peter Mullen reproduces part of Wittgenstein’s lost work, Bemerkungen Uber Die Grundsätzlichkeit Des Snooker.

Henk Manschot • is Professor Emeritus at the University of Humanistics in the Netherlands.

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

How to Think Like a Roman Emperor • Vincent Di Norcia thinks about Roman Emperors, Peter Stone gives good reasons why inequality is bad, and Alan Shepherd scrutinises a new vision of society.

Why Does Inequality Matter?

Organicity: Entropy or Evolution

GOOD WILL HUNTING • Michael J. Ferreira takes apart a controversial claim about self-education.

Kindly with Kant • Seán Moran imagines Immanuel as an inn-keeper.

Subscribe to Philosophy Now

Back Issues & Digital Editions

An Unholy Trinity • Raymond Tallis reflects on the man in the mirror.

Pylyp Orlyk (1672-1742) • Hilarius Bogbinder tells us about an innovative Ukrainian philosopher, democratic theorist and campaigner against tyranny.

The Confession • Mike Mallory sits in on a future tribunal.

Philosophical Haiku


Expand title description text