By Alex Rafael Rose. Illustrated by Oliver Kadouchkine.
“Vagueness is endemic in the human condition” – Peter Fisher In this essay I will argue that classical solutions to… Read more A Fuzzy Approach to the Problem of Identity
The title of this essay probably strikes readers who are familiar with philosophy of mind as somewhat curious. The multiple… Read more The Multiple Realizability Argument Against Functionalism
In my first term as a second-year student I attended the module “Cyborg Studies” which had been led for many… Read more The Cyborg Question
– Written by Shaurya Bhave, Undergraduate Physics As a result of economic forces and technological progress, our world has become… Read more The Usefulness of Useless Knowledge
Written by Ollie Austin In a possible world… A: I want to know, how do names succeed in referring?… Read more How, if at all, do names succeed in referring to particular objects? An Essay in Dialogue
‘[P]ersonal and private things become a prison to the intellect. The free intellect will see as God might see, without… Read more The Immoral Sciences Club: for women and non-binary people in philosophy
We would like to introduce to you the very first ‘Notion’ philosophy podcast brought to you by editors Jodie and Theo.… Read more Notion Podcast: Virtue Ethics with Dr Edward Skidelsky