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Contributor Archive: Roy Edgley

Paul Feyerabend, 1924-1994

by / RP 067 (Summer 1994) / Obituary


65 Reviews

by , , , , , , , , , , , , and / RP 065 (Autumn 1993) / Reviews

John Rajchman, Truth and Eros Jana Sawicki, Disciplining Foucault Samuel Weber, Return to Freud David Macey

James Fishkin, The Dialogue of Justice Barbara Goodwin, Justice by Lottery Klaus Scherer, ed., Justice: Interdisciplinary Perspectives Philippe van Parijs, ed., Arguing for Basic Income David Archard

Pervez Hoodbhoy, Islam and Science James Maffie

Brian Medlin, Human Nature Human …


Noam Chomsky

by , , and / RP 053 (Autumn 1989) / Interview


Ideological Commitments in the Philosophy of Science

With a Comment on Ravetz by Edgley
by and / RP 037 (Summer 1984) / Article


34 Reviews

by , , , , , , and / RP 034 (Summer 1983) / Reviews

Carol McMillan, Women, Reason and Nature Jean Grimshaw Amy Hardie

Stephen Heath, The Sexual Fix Martin Barker

Anne Whitmarsh, Simone de Beauvoir and the Limits of Commitment Jonathan Rée

Oxford University Press ‘Past Masters’ Series: A. L. Le Quesne, Carlyle, lban Krailsheimer, Pascal, Quentin Skinner, Machiavelli Mike Shortland Terrell Carver, Engels, Anthony Quinton, …


Co-ordinating Left-Wing Intellectuals, Education and Oppression, Canadian Philosophical, Letters Association Radical Philosophy Group, Day School, Literature Teaching Politics

by , , , and / RP 029 (Autumn 1981) / News


Reply to Keat and Dews on Dialectic

by / RP 021 (Spring 1979) / Extras


Eduction for Industry

by / RP 019 (Spring 1978) / Article

Unlike other old folk who reach such an advanced age, compulsory universal education in England has not celebrated its centenary with a telegram of congratulations from the Queen. On the contrary, the Prime Minister, to say nothing of a range of lesser luminaries from the Secretary for Education down, has suggested that the quality of …


Science, Social Science and Socialist Science

Reason as Dialectic
by / RP 015 (Autumn 1976) / Article


Thought and Action in the Huntingdon Affair

Freedom of Speech and Academic Freedom
by / RP 010 (Spring 1975) / Article


Reason and Violence

With a Response to Edgley
by and / RP 004 (Spring 1973) / Article


Symposium: What is Radical Philosophy?

by , , , , , and / RP 003 (Winter 1972) / Article

Beginning from Commitment Peter Binns

Beginning from Where You Are Tony Skillen

Marxist Course Mary Warnock

Reply 1: Roy Edgley Reply 2: John Mepham

What Is To Be Done in Philosophy? Guido Frongia

On Alternative Philosophies Tony Beardon