Saul Smilansky on philosophy in Israel.
Rodger Jackson reviews two books on parenting, but loves them both just the same
Was A.J. Ayer a spy? And where is Philosophy Town?
Nicholas Maxwell’s contribution to our 50th issue special series
Alexander McCall Smith with his choice of an idea that has come alive in the first decade of the century
Joshua Knobe continues our fiftieth issue series
Darwin gets it wrong and mechanics get it right
Monty Python’s famous match is replayed in North London (Photo ©concertphotography.co.uk)
Damon Young gets on with it
In this edition, tpm editor-in-chief Julian Baggini talks to philosopher of biology John Dupré and the problems with genes, and the Nobel-prize winning Amartya Sen about the idea of Justice. Plus, guest reporter Antonia Macaro discusses Wittgenstein and therapy with John Heaton.