God and Suffering: are theodicies immoral?

 Samuel Shearn is studying an MPhil in Modern Theology at the University of Oxford on an Ertegun Graduate Scholarship in the Humanities.


How to get your book published, part 3

Cambridge University Press Social Science Publisher John Haslam offers a few final notes on getting your first book ready for publication.  In his posts, John focuses on revised theses and other first books, but many of the issues are common across all publishing proposals.…


How to get your book published, part 2

In his second post, Cambridge University Press Social Science Publisher John Haslam offers a few more notes on getting your first book ready for publication. John focuses on revised theses and other first books, but many of the issues are common across all publishing proposals.…


How to get your book published, part 1

In the first of three posts, Cambridge University Press Social Science Publisher John Haslam offers a few notes on getting your first book ready for publication.…


Why study philosophy?

In the Spring 2013 issue of Think, Editor Dr. Stephen Law explains why choosing to study philosophy is a wise career move. Philosophy is fascinating, which is one of the best reasons to study anything.…


Martin Lembke’s ‘Omnipotence and other possibilities’ wins the 2012 Religious Studies Postgraduate Essay Prize

Dr Martin Lembke is the Associate Director of Studies at the Centre for Theology and Religious Studies, Lund University, Sweden. He was recently awarded the 2012 Religious Studies Postgraduate Essay Prize for his article ‘Omnipotence and other possibilities’ (Religious Studies 48/4).…


Hegel Bulletin – new to Cambridge in 2013

We are delighted to announce that Cambridge Journals will publish Hegel Bulletin from 2013, on behalf of the Hegel Society of Great Britain.


Recruiting a journal editor: an HSS challenge

Some of the most important decisions that a journals publisher has to make involve selecting a new editorial team. This process can take many months, and can require careful analysis of both objective and subjective factors.


Libraries and fallible knowledge

In the latest issue of Think, Stephen Hetherington considers fallible knowledge while visiting the State Library of New South Wales.…