New Philosopher is an independent publication devoted to exploring philosophical ideas from consumerism, to happiness, to the war on your mind. Each issue brings you perspectives from past and present thinkers on ways to live a more fulfilling life.
Issue 42: Losing like a Stoic. "It is how one responds to the loss and redresses it that matters most - how one uses the hammer of suffering to fashion a new pair of wings." Zan Boag, editor's letter.
Inside, Michael Cholbi on transformative grief, André Dao on losing faith, Nigel Warburton on memory. Plus, what we can learn about loss from Shakespeare, Seneca and William Blake.