Continues Royal Institute of Philosophy lectures (1968 - 1978), Royal Institute of Philosophy lecture series (1982 - 1989)
- ISSN: 1358-2461 (Print), 1755-3555 (Online)
This series, on key philosophical topics, arises from the Royal Institute of Philosophy annual conference and lecture series. It is available to institutional subscribers as supplements to the leading journal Philosophy. The Philosophy homepage provides further subscription information. Individual titles may also be purchased as books. Volumes in the series are edited collections with contributions from some of the world's leading philosophers. Topics covered include naturalised philosophy of mind; aesthetics, ethics and value; and philosophy and public affairs. Two volumes are published each year.
- 27 March 2023,
- It is often noted that Kant’s relation to nationality is ambiguous and seemingly paradoxical. Indeed, there is presently no consensus among Kantian scholars...
- 16 January 2023,
- At least in certain cultures, many people seem to value being important. It is supposed to be a good thing if you become a U.S. President who ends a war or...
- 08 September 2022,
- The very title of § 45 in Kant’s Critique of the Power of Judgment seems to undermine from the outset the possibility of a dialogue with contemporary art: “Beautiful...