A Magazine of Ideas
Rick Lewis, Editor
Philosophy Now is a unique philosophy magazine aimed at both specialists and the general public. Its primary purpose is to show that philosophy can be exciting, worthwhile, and comprehensible for general readers, while at the same time providing informed and enjoyable reading for philosophy students and academics. Philosophy Now is intended as a showcase for original philosophy written in a lively, readable, and nontechnical style. This magazine is ideal for introductory students, teachers, and general readers.
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Since its launch in 1991, Philosophy Now has become the most widely read philosophy publication in the English-speaking world. It is published six times per year, and contains articles on all aspects of Western philosophy, as well as book reviews, letters, news, cartoons, and sometimes a poem or two. Occasional special issues cover topics such as ethics, ancient philosophy and philosophy of mind. Interviews with leading philosophers are also featured. Sold from newsstands and bookstores coast to coast, subscriptions in the U.S. and Canada are managed by the Philosophy Documentation Center.
Online access include all back issues. Additionally, issues 1-80 (1991-2010) are available on CD-ROM.
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