Dr Stephen Law, University of London, UK
Think demonstrates the relevance of philosophy to everyday life and forges a direct link between contemporary philosophy and the widest possible readership. The journal is written in an engaging and straightforward way, but raises fundamental questions about philosophical issues of topical importance.
The journal also exposes some of the bad philosophy which often passes as accepted wisdom (e.g. religious, scientific, anthropological, etc). Perhaps most importantly, Think enables philosophers of the next generation to fully engage with the leading philosophers of today.
Think is aimed at a very wide audience encompassing undergraduates, schools, colleges and the general public. It is ideal for use by students and teachers following courses in philosophy, religious studies, and critical thinking. It will be of particular interest to students following the Theory of Knowledge course in the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme.