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.
The RuptureOn Knowledge and the Sublime
Michael Oakeshott as a Philosopher of the "Creative"And Other Essays
Wendell John Coats, Jr.
The Hope of the PoorPhilosophy, Religion and Economic Development
Diversity, Inclusion, Equity and the Threat to Academic Freedom
SCAMSo-Called Alternative Medicine
Democracy — A Work in ProgressAn Irreverent Exercise in Political Thought
Sortition and DemocracyHistory, Tools, Theories
The TribeThe Liberal-Left and the System of Diversity
Laws of Form: Spencer-Brown at Esalen, 1973
The Architecture of IdeasThe Life and Work of Ranulph Glanville, Cybernetician