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  • 132 pages 
  • 27.5cm x 21cm 
  • Published in Tasmania, 2016 

New Philosopher is renowned for its thoughtful, long-form writing, and we sent issue 12 to Stack subscribers in May 2016.


Dedicated to exploring the theme of education, it approaches the subject from a broad range of perspectives and allows its writers’ ideas to overlap, develop and contradict, resulting in a rich and varied read that manages to be simultaneously timeless and absolutely of its moment.


In this issue:


  • Napoleon on the virtues of public education
  • Schoolchildren photographed in classrooms around the world
  • Will Self on the rush to profit from British universities
  • Why we don’t practise what we preach
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