Russell Blackford reviews Mitchell Stephens’ compelling and pleasing account of the origin and rise of atheism. Imagine There’s No Heaven: How Atheism Helped Create the Modern World, by Mitchell Stephens (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, ISBN 978-1-137-00260-0). 328 pp. Hardcover, …
The Backdoor Broadcasting Company has a number of interesting philosophy podcasts on its site, most recently from The University of London’s Institute of Philosophy conference on The Future of Philosophy: Metaphilosophical Directions for the 21st Century. Full archive of philosophy-tagged podcasts is here. Regular readers will I’m sure already be familiar with tpm’s own Baggini’s Philosophy Monthly podcast and the regular iTunes philosophy chart-topper Philosophy Bites.
The latest issue of tpm is now in UK shops and with UK subscribers, and will be arriving state-side soon. From December 7th, selected content from the magazine will start to appear on this website. You can subscribe to tpm here.
UK based teachers of philosophy A Level or IB may be interested in a series of one-day student conferences at which tpm editor Julian Baggini will be speaking in February and March. More details here.
tpm editor Julian Baggini is taking part in a 24-hour squashathon this evening, in aid of The Alzheimers Society. You can support this very worthwhile cause by donating online here. We should point out that Julian will not personally be playing on-stop for 24 hours!
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