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Edition 30

A selection of favourite Essays from consultant senior editor Nigel Warburton.


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Letters from the Editors

‘Above all remember that writing is a kind of thinking. Until you write, you might not know what it is that you want to say.’

April 2020

A Letter from Nigel Warburton

Nigel Warburton is a philosopher and writer. His books include A Little History of Philosophy (2011) and Thinking from A to Z (2017). He co-runs the podcast Philosophy Bites.

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‘Over time, my solo expeditions in the city have lost their fearful edge, and have become a ritual of playfulness and discovery.’

March 2020

A Letter from Nicola Williams

Nicola studied comparative literature and Italian at Warwick University in the UK. Outside of work, she enjoys singing, walking, and eating.

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‘Best-of lists seem to be our preferred method of bookending the years, giving a shared sense of narrative to our fragmented times.’

February 2020

A Letter from Adam D’Arpino

Adam D’Arpino is a writer-turned-video producer, editor and curator. He has written widely about things cultural, trivial and comedic, and he’s been known to muse on Twitter as @AdamDArpino

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Aeon Editions

Edition 30

A selection of favourite Essays from consultant senior editor Nigel Warburton.

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Edition 29

Aeon on deep relationships: platonic, familial, romantic and therapeutic. A selection of favourite Essays from associate editor Nicola Williams.

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Edition 28

Aeon on generational identity and memory. A selection of favourite Essays from video producer and programmer Adam D’Arpino.

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