S&F and Philosophy Now: Whither thee, rights?

The following accompanied the print article of “What are Human Rights by Tim Dare (Issue #118, Philosophy Now). The piece discusses how far human rights claims can stretch as an outcome of social axioms & varied definitions, for example whether we consider rights as “right-based claims” or rights that exist simply by virtue of being human. It’s more complicated than one would think…

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https://philosophynow.org/issues/118/What_Are_Human_Rights

Article penned by Tim Dare, Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Auckland,  New Zealand.

S&F in Philosophy Now: Philosophy for the Brave

The following accompanied the print article of “Philosophy for the Brave” by Dahlian Kirby (Issue #117, Philosophy Now). The author of this article introduces the benefit of existential counselling in what turns out to be quite a sensitively written piece. Article and cartoon link below.sf-existential-42-900x1709-web

Article: https://philosophynow.org/issues/117/Philosophy_For_The_Brave

Online cartoon: https://philosophynow.org/issues/117/Simon_and_Finn

S&F in Philosophy Now: What would George Bataille do?

The following accompanied the print version of: What would George Bataille Do? by Alexandra Tzirkoti (Issue #116, Philosophy Now). The article itself is a nice tongue-in-cheek intro to the thinking of a rather controversial figure (link below).sf-bataille-300dpi-webhttps://philosophynow.org/issues/116/What_Would_Georges_Bataille_Do

Horses, ink & wash

horses-felderI was monkeying – er, I mean horsing around – with some ink and wash.. had some  difficulties with anatomy (let’s just say some of those noses are a tad too big), alas ink is a bit unforgiving that way. 🙂