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21 Editorial

by / RP 021 (Spring 1979) / Editorial


20 Editorial: Radical Philosophy

by / RP 020 (Summer 1978) / Editorial


19 Editorial

by / RP 019 (Spring 1978) / Editorial


18 Editorial

by / RP 018 (Autumn 1977) / Editorial


17 Editorial

by / RP 017 (Summer 1977) / Editorial


16 Editorial

by / RP 016 (Spring 1977) / Editorial


Dialectics

by / RP 014 (Summer 1976) / Editorial


Philosophy Festival

by / RP 012 (Winter 1975) / Editorial


Belgrade Protest

by / RP 011 (Summer 1975) / Editorial


Threats to Swansea Students

by / RP 010 (Spring 1975) / Editorial


The Swansea Affair

by / RP 009 (Winter 1974) / Editorial


8 Editorial

by / RP 008 (Summer 1974) / Editorial


7 Editorial

by / RP 007 (Spring 1974) / Editorial


6 Editorial

by / RP 006 (Winter 1973) / Editorial


5 Editorial

by / RP 005 (Summer 1973) / Editorial


4 Editorial

by / RP 004 (Spring 1973) / Editorial


3 Editorial

by / RP 003 (Winter 1972) / Editorial


Founding Statement (Frontispiece)

by / RP 001 (Spring 1972) / Editorial

Contemporary British philosophy is at a dead end.  Its academic practitioners have all but abandoned the attempt to understand the world, let alone to change it. They have made philosophy into a narrow and specialised academic subject of little relevance or interest to anyone outside the small circle of Professional Philosophers.

Many students and teachers …