Ad Absurdum is a new philosophy magazine, edited, collected and written by both undergraduate and postgraduate students at the University of Bristol.
On this page you’ll find previous versions of Ad Absurdum, free to access and download. If you’d like a paper copy then keep your eyes peeled around the university; copies can usually be found in 43 Woodland Road, the Philosophy Common Room in 9 Woodland Road and the Arts Faculty common rooms in the Woodland Road Complex.
If you’d like to get involved with the magazine then please contact Elizabeth.
Spring 2013 Edition
Letters | Philosophy and Race | Faculty Interview: Havi Carel | The Other Schiller | Fiction: “The Ten Plagues” | Poetry: “What is Sense?” | If Philosophy Legitimates Science, Who Legitimates Philosophy? | Widening Participation | Philsoc | End Matter
Winter 2012 Edition
Letters & Responses | Understanding Frege’s Philosophy of Language | What can Eminem teach us about Aristotle? | Philosophy Graduates: Where are they now? | Sartre on Consciousness | Christ Bertram remembers G.A. Cohen | (Less painful) thinking about mathematics | “The Ministry” | “On Being a Mongrel” | Philosophy Society | In conversation with: Joanna Burch-Brown
Spring 2012 Edition
Moral Dilemmas | The Student Experience | Arthur Prior and the Logic of Time | In Conversation with: Dagmar Wilhelm | I’m Sorry | An Atheist’s Guide to Reality | The Pre-Socratics
Winter 2011 Edition
What is Philosophy? | Crunch: the Hay-on-Wye Philosophy Festival | The Innocence Project| Property is Theft | Sorbonne’s Marketing | Paradox: The Bridge | In Conversation with: Finn Spicer | Euro-Guilt: The Repression of Universalism