Think: philosophy for everyone
Think is edited by Stephen Law and published three times each year. The central aim of Think is to provide to a very wide audience – including schools, colleges and the general public – highly accessible and engaging writing by philosophers pre-eminent in their fields.
Think also aims to undermine the popular impression that philosophy is wholly detached from everyday life. It tries to expose some of the bad philosophy that currently passes as accepted wisdom. Perhaps most importantly, Think offers contemporary philosophers the chance to help nurture and encourage philosophers of the next generation.
Here are some sample articles from recent issues:
Christine Korsgaard, “Personhood, animals, and the law”
T. M. Scanlon, “Responsibility, and the value of choice”
Kit Fine, “Mathematics: discovery or invention?”
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In 1926, the journal Philosophy was founded to build bridges between specialist philosophers and a wider, educated public.Further details here ››
Think is ideal for use by students and teachers following courses in philosophy, religious studies, and critical thinking.Further details here ››