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Issue 90 - Plato

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Did I mention that our new issue is out? The theme is Plato, finally.

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Should be a good read for a newbie like me Rick :)
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I hope you enjoy it! We do our best. :)
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I'm relatively new myself. So, is it just Plato you've ignored all these years, or is it rare in general to focus on a specific person?
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No, we've published a few issues down the years which focused on one specific philosopher. We've had issues on: J.S.Mill, Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, Nietzsche, Wittgenstein, Kant and Hume.

We've even had issues on Freud and Darwin, and they weren't even philosophers, strictly speaking!
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RickLewis wrote:We've even had issues on Freud and Darwin, and they weren't even philosophers, strictly speaking!
Cool. If arm-twisting is effective, I'd suggest considering Popper or Kuhn.
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