Articles By John Cottingham
 
June 2013
In philosophical circles, it was once heresy to challenge Darwinian reductionism. That is now changing
 
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October 2012
The Swiss euthanasia clinic claims to respect its patients' dignity, but secularism alone cannot confer moral value on human life
 
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September 2011
Review of The Great Partnership: God, Science and the Search for Meaning by Jonathan Sacks
 
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March 2011
Book review of Little Did I Know: Excerpts from Memory by Stanley Cavell
 
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September 2010
Instead of embarking on the project of "saving God" by replacing him with the natural and human shaped world, it is perhaps time to acknowledge that it is we ourselves that need saving - just replacing God with Nature isn't enough
 
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July/August 2009

Susan Neiman's reading of the Enlightenment is certainly distinctive, but also offers a courageous and uplifting attempt to tell the story as it is

 
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February 2009
How the modern ideal of individuality can leave us adrift in a value-free world
 
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About John Cottingham

John Cottingham is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the University of Reading and an Honorary Fellow of St John's College, Oxford. His recent books include On the Meaning of Life, The Spiritual Dimension and Cartesian Reflections.

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