EXORDIUM e-journal

The University of Queensland's Student Philosophy Journal

Issue 1

July 2015


 

Issue 1: Editor’s welcome

 

Laughter as a ‘Serious’ Matter: an analysis of laughter’s social captivity and its emancipatory potential – Emma Wilson

 

Climate Change and the Inconvenience of Individual Liberty – Deanna Simpson

 

Meanderings – Arief Arman

 

Čapek’s costly route to relativistic presentism – Hayden Wilkinson

 

A Critical Analysis of Moore’s ‘Proof of an External World’ – Zachary Ong

 

Logic, self-interest, and Nietzsche as a youthful indiscretion: an interview with David Parsons – Rose Trappes

 

Menzies on causation: difference-making and its flaws – Hayden Wilkinson

 

Proletarian Pessimism and Bourgeois Optimism: Marx and Keynes on the state and crisis tendencies in capitalism – Dinesh Devaraj

 

Re-thinking the Political in Lyotard’s Libidinal Economy and Naked Lunch – Alana Clegg

 

Education, cricket bats, and philosophy in the public domain: an interview with Michelle Sowey – Rose Trappes

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