In this special issue of the Journal of Consciousness Studies David Hodgson defends a simple, robust account of the plain person's position on free will, and intends it to support equally robust views of personal responsibility for conduct.
Lord KamesSelected Writings
Iconoclasm, Identity Politics and the Erasure of History
Laws of Form: Spencer-Brown at Esalen, 1973
A Hospitable UniverseAddressing Ethical and Spiritual Concerns in Light of Recent Scientific Discoveries
Your Brain's PoliticsHow the Science of Mind Explains the Political Divide
British Idealism and International ThoughtThe Development of Human Rights
Nazli Pinar Kaymaz
Laws of FormCommentary and Remembrance for George Spencer-Brown
Art, Morality and Human NatureWritings by Richard W. Beardsmore
Michael Oakeshott as a Philosopher of the "Creative"And Other Essays
Wendell John Coats, Jr.
After #MeTooFeminism, Patriarchy, Toxic Masculinity and Sundry Cultural Delights