AB95: The Philosophy Issue
Featured during this issue:
inventive Director: Pedro Inoue
Tzvetan Todorov on American torture
Darren Fleet discusses this generation’s “apocalypse”
We discover America’s function in Egypt’s darkish past
Pentti Linkola’s view on inhabitants control
Micah White demands revolution opposed to American decadence
Michael Löwy explores advertising’s have an effect on on our health
We ask: What issues in lifestyles? What concerns in dying?
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