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The NIB: A journal of ideas in Europe Timothy Carlson, editor 10 rue Lacharriere 75011 Paris France Subscribe to quarterly notification email: more>>
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Launched in 2008 from Paris, France, the journal No Innocent Bystanders (NIB) is a quarterly on-line review of ideas, debates, writing, policy trends, and other traces of "applied philosophy" in contemporary France and Europe. It does not pretend to be exhaustive, but it does aspire to be informative and stimulating. MISSION STATEMENT: The notion of the moral responsibility of individuals is one of the pillars of European humanism and a useful perspective for understanding what is going on (...) more>>

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