Category: Philosophy

7 October, 2020

Caspar Jacobs

‘The confusion that reigns in our organs’

An essay on 18th century philosopher Émilie du Châtelet's idealism about bodies


22 May, 2020

Gabriel Roberts

For What?

Roger Crisp, Sacrifice Regained


15 May, 2020

Daniel Sutton

Democracy and Friendship

Robert B. Talisse, Overdoing Democracy: Why We Must Put Politics in its Place


8 May, 2020

Rachel Elizabeth Fraser

The Erotics of ASMR

An essay on pornography and intimacy


1 May, 2020

Michael Bevan

The Deflationary Truth

Cheryl Misak, Frank Ramsey: A Sheer Excess of Powers


15 March, 2020

Daniel Kodsi

Above and Below the Storm

An essay on Bong Joon-Ho's Parasite


13 March, 2020

Kevin Dorst

The Rational Question

An essay on whether the widespread belief that there is widespread irrationality might itself be irrational


29 February, 2020

Levi C. R. Hord

Transgender Sincerity and the Limits of Seriousness

An essay on the possibility of wearing one's gender lightly


3 February, 2020

Paul Lodge

What Is It Like to Be Manic?

An essay on the phenomenology of mania


29 January, 2020

Maya Krishnan

Can AI Dream of a Better World?

Brian Cantwell Smith, The Promise of Artificial Intelligence