New Philosopher #21: Power
New Philosopher is an independent quarterly magazine devoted to exploring philosophical ideas from past and present thinkers on ways to live a more fulfilling life. Commentary on New Philosopher aims to guide readers into living a happier and freer mode of existence.
In this issue: Ethics of political power ~ Russell Blackford; Uncontrollable feelings ~ Mariana Alessandri; Money talks ~ André Dao Systematically; lucky ~ Keith Dowding; Ethical dilemmas ~ Matthew Beard; Is knowledge power? ~ Marina Benjamin; Three dimensions of power ~ Steven Lukes; Enfranchisement of women ~ Harriet Taylor Mill; Slaves of men ~ Percy Bysshe Shelley; Ants, life, and spinsterhood ~ Phiona Stanley; 13 questions: Hugh Riminton; Strategically incompetent ~ Oliver Burkeman; Underwater psychopath ~ Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore; Machiavellian Office ~ Existential Comics Somebody’s watching ~ Patrick Stokes; The aim of torture ~ Nigel Warburton; The great morality scam ~ Tim Dean; Hacking power ~ Tom Chatfield; Power scripts ~ Myisha Cherry.
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