18th May 2016
The Art of Making Connections: Philosophy between vision and common sense
Fiona Ellis’s work straddles the uneasy divide between the Anglo-American analytic approach to philosophy, with its roots in Frege, Russell and Wittgenstein, and so-called ‘Continental’ philosophy.
30th October 2014
Why I am not an atheist
Bertrand Russell, wrote about why he was not a Christian; now Fiona Ellis tells us why she is not an atheist.
13th February 2014
'As Barbara Cartland says...'
Flowers, heart-shaped chocolates and teddy bears decorated with the words ‘I love you’ have been filling shops for weeks in preparation for Valentine’s Day, but do these romantic gestures carry any meaning as a declaration of real love, whatever that may be? Fiona Ellis asks whether those three little words can ever convey the reality of love in action.
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