This new series is intended, as its name suggests, to be a forum for new and imaginative work. It is part of its remit to include writing which engages with the history of philosophy, with particular reference to understanding the nature of modernity. It is also hoped that work will be published which discusses the relationship of philosophy to contemporary conditions. Philosophical reflection on the place of the human with regard to the changed position of machines will be particularly encouraged. Renewing Philosophy will also aim to include writing in the areas of aesthetics, philosophy of biology, eschatology, historicity and meta-philosophy.
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