Meet our Authors: Galina Weinstein – May 2019

Dr Galina Weinstein specializes in the work of Albert Einstein and in the history and philosophy of the Special and General Theories of Relativity. She is currently a Research Associate in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Haifa, Israel. She has received several prestigious awards in recent years, including a GIF (German Israeli … Continue reading Meet our Authors: Galina Weinstein – May 2019

Meet our Authors: Tami Yaguri – March 2019

Dr Tami Yaguri is an Associate Professor of Philosophy with a PhD from Tel Aviv University. Her dissertation focuses on the Danish philosopher, Søren Kierkegaard. After more than two decades teaching in the philosophy department at Tel Aviv, she now trains advanced existential therapists and expressive arts therapy MA students at the College of Society and … Continue reading Meet our Authors: Tami Yaguri – March 2019

Meet our Authors: Thomas Dylan Daniel – February 2019

Thomas Dylan Daniel is a free-thinking native Texan philosopher (with a name that could be almost be rearranged to form that of an equally free-thinking native Welsh philosopher-poet). He earned a BA in Philosophy from Southwestern University, USA, in 2008, and an MA in Applied Philosophy and Ethics from Texas State University, USA, in 2015. … Continue reading Meet our Authors: Thomas Dylan Daniel – February 2019

Book Review: Edmund Burke, the Imperatives of Empire and the American Revolution: An Interpretation

We are delighted to share a new review of H.G. Callaway's Edmund Burke, the Imperatives of Empire and the American Revolution: An Interpretation, published in the latest volume of Studies in Burke and His Time. The full review can be read open access here (scroll down to p.92), and an indicative excerpt is below: "The … Continue reading Book Review: Edmund Burke, the Imperatives of Empire and the American Revolution: An Interpretation

Ruth Thomas-Pellicer on Nietzsche for a Post-Ecocidal Age

Today marks the end of our celebration of Friedrich Nietzsche's birthday, and we end our month of short articles on his thinking with a post from Ruth Thomas-Pellicer, author of The Places of God in an Age of Re-Embodiments: What is Culture? Ruth is at the forefront of utilising continental philosophy to rethink our 'ecocidal' age, and … Continue reading Ruth Thomas-Pellicer on Nietzsche for a Post-Ecocidal Age

‘We Need to Talk About Nietzsche’ Marina Gržinić on Nietzsche, Racism, and Capitalism

As the month begins to draw to a close, our series of articles marking Nietzsche's birthday continue. This time, Marina Gržinić offers her thoughts on a part of Nietzsche's world view that is often sidelined - his racism. Marina is a philosopher, theoretician and artist from Ljubljana, Slovenia. She is a prominent contemporary theoretical and critical … Continue reading ‘We Need to Talk About Nietzsche’ Marina Gržinić on Nietzsche, Racism, and Capitalism

Jibu George on Friedrich Nietzsche and ‘Certain Predicaments of Our Time’

We continue our month of short articles celebrating Nietzsche's birthday with a piece from our Editorial Advisory Board member Jibu George. Jibu is Assistant Professor in the Department of Indian and World Literatures at the English and Foreign Languages University (formerly the Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages), India, and whose books include Ulysses Quotīdiānus: James Joyce’s … Continue reading Jibu George on Friedrich Nietzsche and ‘Certain Predicaments of Our Time’