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"If mind is matter in the form of brains, then equally, matter in the form of brains, is mind." Jon David looks at consciousness, right down to the consciousness of rocks.

The Private Lives Of Rocks | Issue 117 | Philosophy Now

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Are you into metaphysics? Or want to be? Good, because Cambridge University Press are offering 20% off the latest metaphysics titles for Philosophy Now fans! Take a look at the huge range available.

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In our current issue you'll find one of Corey Mohler's great comics. This one is on Epicureans, who know how to have fun.

Epicureanism: The Original Party School | Issue 117 | Philosophy Now

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12/05/2016 at 11:14. Facebook
"Let's get meta-physical!" For a taste of what to expect in our latest issue, here's Rick Lewis' editorial.

Beyond Physics No More? | Issue 117 | Philosophy Now

Our new issue is now online. What is the universe made of? This very old and deceptively simple question is at the heart of metaphysics, which is the focus of this issue of Philosophy Now: [ Philosophynow.org Link ]
The University of Iowa has created the first interactive map of Wittgenstein's Tractatus to provide a way of looking at the book's overall structure, as well as parallel access to the earlier versions of the text in the Prototractatus. Go and explore!


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Our latest issue is being printed right now and will be on its way to you soon! So we're ready to reveal that the theme of this issue is #Metaphysics! We'll take a look at philosophy’s oldest and most central strand and see whether it still has a place in philosophy today.
Happy World Philosophy Day!

"This year, we celebrate World Philosophy Day immediately after International Day for Tolerance. This coincidence is deeply significant, given the link between tolerance and philosophy. Philosophy thrives on the understanding of, respect and consideration for the diversity of opinions, thoughts and cultures that enrich the way we live in the world. As with...
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"Oh, Marge, cartoons don't have any deep meaning. They're just stupid drawings that give you a cheap laugh." - Homer Simpson

Glasgow University seem to think otherwise, offering a course titled 'Doh!' on the philosophy of the Simpsons.

Glasgow University offers Homer Simpson philosophy class - BBC News

In our current issue we feature two reviews that look at the philosophical side of the hit series 'Breaking Bad'.

Breaking Bad | Issue 116 | Philosophy Now

Breaking News! #Canterbury is the most philosophical city in Britain.

A team at Philosophy Now has been investigating Britain’s most philosophical city based on how many Philosophy Now subscribers places have per capita. Out of all the cities in the UK, Canterbury came out on top with Cambridge being a close second and St. Albans in third.

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David Hound and Rene Debark try to make sense of the world in 'Dog Philosophy', brought to you by existential comics.

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Mihail Evans asks what it means to represent. If Trump now represents the people of America, what exactly does that mean?

Aesthetic Democracy | Issue 116 | Philosophy Now

Scott Parker interviews American literary theorist Stanley Fish on a certain type of community.

Stanley Fish | Issue 116 | Philosophy Now