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Kelly Agra, Benjamin Modarres, Clémence Saintemarie, Alix Stéphan, Jonathan Wren (University College Dublin, Ireland) pp. 1-13


Art:Cult Objectby Amy Turnbull (Essex, UK) pp. 15-16 

The Rumble of a Dream(prefaced by Professor Maeve Cooke,University College Dublin) by Jean Hogan† (University College Dublin, Ireland) pp. 17-43


Art:The Empty Place of Powerby Martin Beckstein and Pascal Bernhard (University of Zurich, Switzerland) pp. 45-46

Aesthetic Experience and Feedback Loops: Re-orienting Connolly’s Politics of Becoming in the Direction of an Ethico-Aestheticsby Tanay Gandhi (University of Southampton, UK) pp. 47-71

MoralitätandSittlichkeit: Marx on Moral Justice Reconsideredby Yue-Zhen Li (Cambridge University, UK) pp. 72-95 

Contesting the Political: Democratic Action With and Beyond Lefortby Lorenzo Buti (KU Leuven, Belgium) pp. 96-119 

Civil Disobedience, Reflexivity, and the Emancipatory Interest: Reinterpreting Habermas’s Litmus Test by Samuel Ferns (University College Dublin, Ireland) pp. 120-150 

Radical Critique in Boltanski's Pragmatic Sociologyby Alessandro Guardascione (University College Dublin, Ireland) pp. 151-178 

A (Post)colonial Philosophy of Foucault’s “Ethical Turn”by Daan Tielenburg (Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands) pp. 179-200

Seeing Things Differently: A Phenomenological Account of Depersonalization in Social Phobia by Denise Kelly (University College Dublin, Ireland) pp. 201-223 

An Exercise in Serving Two Masters: COVID Precaution Resistance, Christianity, and Partisanshipby Michael Dover (University of Arkansas, USA) pp. 224-249 

Law as Collaborationby Enrique Benjamin R. Fernando III (University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines) pp. 250-277


Art:We Are All In This Togetherby Paraskevi (Evie) Filea (University College Dublin, Ireland) pp. 279-280

A Critical Theory of Epistemic Injusticeby Kelly Agra (University College Dublin, Ireland) pp. 281-301 

Acceleration in Nature: A Critique of Hartmut Rosaby Killian Favier (University College Dublin, Ireland) pp. 302-315

The Social Dimensions of theCritique of the Power of Judgmentby Benjamin Modarres (University College Dublin, Ireland) pp. 315-325



Art:What We Hold Dear To Usby Caoimhe Murphy (Technological University Dublin, Ireland) pp. 327-328

Researching AI Ethics and Human Ambiguity during a Pandemic: Interview with Abeba Birhane(University College Dublin, Ireland) by Clémence Saintemarie (University College Dublin, Ireland) pp. 329-339 

The Ethics of Microaggression:Interview with Professor Regina Rini(York University, Canada) by Cathrin Fischer (University of Exeter, UK) and Kelly Agra (University College Dublin, Ireland) pp. 340-357


Art:Take-a-Tagby Shelley Campbell (University of Gloucestershire, UK) pp. 359-360

Chandhoke, Neera. (2019).Rethinking Pluralism, Secularism and Tolerance: Anxieties of Coexistenceby Ankita Kushwaha (Jawaharlal Nehru University, India) pp. 361-365 

Tosi, Justin and Warmke, Brandon. (2020).Grandstanding: The Use and Abuse of Moral Talk by Julien Delhez (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany) pp. 366-371

Sloterdijk, Peter. (2020).Infinite Mobilization: Towards a Critique of Political Kineticsby Anton Heinrich Rennesland (University of Santo Tomas, Philippines) pp. 372-379

Lackey, Jennifer. (2021).The Epistemology of Groupsby Simon Graf (University of Leeds, UK) pp. 380-387 

Dufourmantelle, Anne. (2021).In Defense of Secretsby Alix Stéphan (University College Dublin, Ireland) pp. 388-393

Perspectives. Volume 8. 2018


Connor Morris, Rana Bizri, and Peter West (University College Dublin & Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)


Rigor or rhetoric: philosophy and public in dialogue

Deven Burks (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg & Université Catholique Louvain, Belgium)

Considering Dispositional Moral Realism

Prabhpal Singh (University of Waterloo, Canada)

The back and forth between Habermas and postmodernism

Francesco Rizzi Brignoli (Università di Bologna, Italy)


Interview with Invited Speaker Michela Massimi, Philosophy as a Way of Life

Peter West (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)


Perspectives. Volume 7. 2017


Transcendental Phenomenology and Unobservable Entities

Philipp Berghofer (University of Graz, Austria)

The Loss of the Great Outdoors: Neither Correlationist Gem nor Kantian Catastrophe

Toby Lovat (University of Brighton, UK)

Almost There: Lauer’s glimpses of Intimacy

Clarisse Monahan (University College Dublin, Ireland)

The Verisimilitudinarian approach to ‘the Truth’

Andrea Roselli (Università degli Studi Roma Tre, Italy)

Perspectives. Volume 6. 2016

Special Issue: Social Cognition


Austine Dwyer, Meline Papazian, and David Markwell (University College Dublin)


An Interview with Anthony Chemero (University of Cincinnati, USA) and Fred Cummins (University College Dublin, Ireland)

Austin Dwyer and Meline Papazian (University College Dublin, Ireland)


Mirror Neurons, Husserl, and Enactivism: An Analysis of Phenomenological Compatibility

Genevieve Hayman (University College Dublin, Ireland)

False Consciousness and the Socially Extended Mind

Ane Engelstad (University College London, Northern Ireland & UK)

Review of Carruthers’ Massive Modularity Thesis

Max Skipper Griffiths (University of Bristol, Northern Ireland & UK)

The Situational Structure of Primate Beliefs

Tony Cheng (University College London, Northern Ireland & UK)

Moral Emotions: Reclaiming the Evidence of the Heart. By Anthony J. Steinbock

David Markwell (University College Dublin, Ireland)


Perspectives Volume 5. 2014

Special Issue: Personhood and Identity


Pegah Lashgarlou, Catherine Lawlor, Hugo Newman (University College Dublin, Ireland)


From Nature to Spirit: Husserl’s Phenomenology of the Person in Ideen II

Tim Burns (University College Dublin, Ireland)

Merricks’s Eliminativism: Neither Objects Nor Persons

Dominic Preston (University of Cambridge, UK)

Personhood and Personal Identity in the Online World

Rui Vieira da Cunha (Mind, Language and Action Group, Universidade do Porto, Portugal)

Allowances, Affordances, and the Collaborative Constitution of Identity

Becky Vartabedian (Regis University, Colorado)

Ontology of Discontinuity: Buddhism and Descartes

Itsuki Hayashi (Kyoto University, Japan)

Perspectives Volume 4. 2012

Special Issue: Nature and Philosophy


Tim Burns, Fergal McHugh, Bart Zantvoort (University College Dublin, Ireland)


Climate Change and the Ethics of Individual Emissions: A Response to Sinnott-Armstrong

Ben Almassi (University of Washington, USA)

Buying the Wilderness Experience: the Commodification of the Sublime

Richmond M. Eustis (Nicholls State University, USA)

Whether Earthquakes are Lovable: Knowing Nature in the Wake of Disaster

Molly Sturdevant (Saint Xavier University, USA)

Book Reviews

Greg Forster - Starting with Locke

Eric Comerford (Michigan State University, USA)

John Henry McDowell - Having the World in View: Essays on Kant, Hegel, and Sellars

Christopher Murphy (University College Dublin, Ireland)

Santiago Zabala - The Remains of Being

Michael Barnes Norton (University of Dallas, USA)

Thorsten Botz-Bornstein (ed.) - The Philosophy of Viagra: Bioethical Responses to the Viagrification of the Modern World

Janet L. Testerman (Gulf University for Science and Technology, Kuwait)

Perspectives Volume 3. 2010


Andrew O’Connor, Lisa Foran, Seferin James, Rozemund Uljée (University College Dublin, Ireland)


Modality & Other Matters: An Interview with Timothy Williamson (University of Oxford, UK)

Paal Antonsen (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)


Searle, Materialism, and the Mind-Body Problem

Erik Sorem (University College Dublin, Ireland)

David Lewis's Neglected Challenge: It's Me or God

Andrew Stephenson (Merton College, UK & Stiftung Maximilianeum, Germany)

Book Reviews

Michael Naas - Derrida From Now On

Paul Earlie (Balliol College Oxford, UK & Ecole Normale Supérieure, France)

Constantin Boundas (ed.) - Gilles Deleuze: The Intensive Reduction

Andrea Janae Sholtz (Southwestern University, USA)

Michel Serres - The Five Senses: A Philosophy of Mingled Bodies

Jacob Vivian Pearce (University of Melbourne, Australia)

Mostafa Rejai (ed.) - Ideology: Comparative and Cultural Status

Ariane Fischer (Temple University, USA)

Chrysostomos Mantzavinos (ed.) - Philosophy of the Social Sciences

Andrew Turner (University of Nottingham, UK)


Perspectives Volume 2. 2009

Special Issue: Continental Philosophy


Anna Nicholson, Luna Dolezal, Seferin James, Sheena Hyland (University College Dublin, Ireland)


Infinitely Demanding Anarchism: An Interview with Simon Critchley (The New School for Social Research, USA)

Seferin James (University College Dublin, Ireland)


Intertwined Identities: Challenges to Bodily Autonomy

Gail Weiss (George Washington University, USA)

Perception and Painting in Merleau-Ponty’s Thought

Carolyne Quinn (Paris III, Université de Sorbonne-Nouvelle, France & University College Dublin, Ireland)

Beyond Subjectivity: Kierkegaard’s Self and Heidegger’s Dasein

Tsutomu B. Yagi (University College Dublin, Ireland)

Apodicticity and Transcendental Phenomenology

Bence Marosan (Eotvos Lorand University, Hungary)

Language Acquisition, Motherhood, and the Perpetual Preservation of Ethical Dialogue: A Model for Ethical Discourse Focusing on Julia Kristeva

Jennifer Lemma (All Hallows College, Ireland)

Bodies in Transit: The Plastic Subject of Alphonso Lingis

Tom Sparrow (Duquesne University, USA)

Book Reviews

Simon Glendinning and Robert Eaglestone (eds.) - Derrida’s Legacies: Literature and Philosophy

David W. Hill (University of York, UK)

Jürgen Habermas - Between Naturalism and Religion

John McGuire (University College Dublin, Ireland)

Catherine Osborne - Dumb Beasts & Dead Philosophers: Humanity & the Humane in Ancient Philosophy & Literature

Mark Reardon (University of Wales, Newport, UK)

James Warren - Presocratics

Paul John Ennis (University College Dublin, Ireland)

Perspectives Volume 1. 2008

Special Issue: Body and Embodiment


Anna Nicholson, Luna Dolezal, Sheena Hyland (University College Dublin, Ireland)


Interview with Professor Gail Weiss (George Washington University, USA)

Luna Dolezal and Sheena Hyland (University College Dublin, Ireland)


Contesting Normative Embodiment: Some Reflections on the Psycho-social Significance of Heart Transplant Surgery

Margrit Shildrick (Queen's University, Northern Ireland)

'Bodiless Bodies': Perception and Embodiment in Kant and Irigaray

Laura K. Green (University of Liverpool, UK)

Affective Simulation, Imitation and the Motor Mirror System

Sergio Levi (Universita degli Studi di Milano, Italy)

Understanding the Body's Critique: Repeating to Repair

Karin Nisenbaum (University of Toronto, Canada)

Implicit Bodies Through Explicit Action

Nathaniel Stern (University of Wisconsin, USA)

Book Reviews

John McCumber - Reshaping Reason: Toward a New Philosophy

David Heywood-Jones (University College Dublin, Ireland)

John D. Caputo - Mark Dooley and Michael J. Scanlon, Questioning God

Thomas Finegan  (University College Dublin, Ireland)

Brian Leiter (ed.) - The Future For Philosophy

Fionn Dempsy  (University College Dublin, Ireland)


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