John R. Shook
D. Edward Beck
Philo is published biannually at the Center for Inquiry. Its goal is to publish original, conceptually precise, and argumentatively rigorous articles in all fields of philosophy. Although not devoted to any specific branch of philosophy, Philo encourages the submission of work that examines philosophical issues from an explicitly naturalist perspective. It also welcomes work on the philosophical credentials of both naturalism and various supernaturalist alternatives to naturalism. This would include work ordinarily classified as philosophy of religion (theistic proofs, the problem of evil, and the like) as well as any other work that directly or indirectly defends or challenges naturalism.
Philo is the publication of the Society of Humanist Philosophers.
Vol. 14 No. 2
Transcendental Arguments for Personal Identity in Kant's Transcendental Deduction
Natural Evil and the Simulation Hypothesis
A Spinozistic Deduction of the Kantian Conception of Natural End
Animals, Phenomenal Consciousness and Higher-Order Theories of Mind
Daniel C. Dennett
Theodore M. Drange
Richard M. Gale
Peter van Inwagen
L. Nathan Oaklander
L. A. Paul
J. J. C. Smart
Ted A. Warfield
Paul E. Loynes, Sr.