• Forging Late Roman Italy

    by Jeroen Wijnendaele (This text incorporates my introduction for the book launch of Late Roman Italy at Hamburg’s RomanIslam centre […]

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God in Aristotle’s Ethics

By Tom Angier Does ethics need religion? Do we need to believe in God to be good? These are standard questions in moral philosophy. Strangely, however, they are not asked about (arguably) the greatest philosopher in the Western tradition: namely,…

Cognitive Disability

Cognitive disability and its psychoanalytic discontents

The idea of the death-wish has haunted the history of psychoanalysis in its encounters with cognitive disability. But who is wishing death on whom? This is one of the questions arising from ‘Psychoanalysis Confronts Cognitive Disability’, the intriguing recent special…