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“Brian McLaughlin wrote the entry on consciousness for the Cambridge Encyclopedia of Consciousness. He said the Churchlands don’t believe in consciousness. And it was so interesting because we had studiously avoided saying any such thing about consciousness. So I phoned Brian after I read this and I said, ‘Well, what the fuck?’”

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+Google Play are working with book publishers to connect authors with their readers. Are you in a reading group? Would your reading group be interested in taking part on a Hangout with an author? If so, who would you like to Hangout with.
This is a work in progress, so we cannot guarantee that we would be able to organise Hangouts with all your favourites, but we'd love to try.

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Can you really cure a broken heart by reading Epictetus? Philosophical counsellor Andrew Taggart replies to critics.

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Peter Unger argues that contemporary philosophy says nothing much about the way the world is. Odd thought experiments, a focus on the origins of tables - we're nowhere near as adventurous as past philosophers.

Full Article : http://www.thephilosophersmagazine.com/TPM/article/view/UNGER/11701

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The New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy

New Issue Out Now - http://www.equinoxpub.com/NYPPP/issue/current
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Secular society’s sacraments

Alain de Botton considers the possibility of culture standing for scripture - and offers a reply to his loudest critics.

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Latest Edition of The Philosophers' Magazine Now Available
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