The Philosophers' Magazine online.
Mark Rowlands asks whether mirrors can help us understand animal minds.
Matthew Meyer on a book that charts the rise of the American asshole.
In issue 53 of TPM, Kwame Anthony Appiah told Julian Baggini why honour cannot be dismissed as an outdated virtue.
Jennifer Saul on Trump’s surprisingly careful linguistic choices, and why they matter.
Véronique Munoz-Dardé on the meaning of sovereignty in the Brexit referendum debate.
Tamar Szabó Gendler asks, who’s to say?
Alfred Mele spins the neural roulette wheel behind our choices.
Dale Jacquette asks why cannabis and philosophy.
Rupert Read on Richard Rorty's warning to the future.
Russell Blackford looks at how the human cloning debate has played out over the last 20 years.
Ian M. Church on intellectual humility and the "loyalty" of Trump's supporters.
Russell Blackford argues that it’s not our job to punish individuals, make examples of them, or suppress their views.
Russell Blackford takes issue with the substance and style of Massimo Pigliucci's defense of accommodationism.
David Benatar argues that violence against men and boys is a human rights issue worthy of consideration in campaigns against violence.
Jeremy Stangroom on Michel Foucault's political naiveté.
Russell Blackford on why we must defend the free speech of speakers we oppose.
TPM: The Philosophers' Magazine
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