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I’m not from around here, but I’m reaching out, and I want to share a few thoughts with you. I have spent the last three years studying […] Three years at this place and I still haven’t settled in, and I don’t just mean the university, I haven’t been able to settle comfortably into anything.
90s Serie A footie journalist Pietro Cirri (pseud.) writes for the first edition of our Thoughts On column, where Phi Magazine invites established writers from different backgrounds to contribute their philosophical musings to our online segment.
Philosophy is more than a search for truth. A fortunate consequence of this opinion is that it makes Philosophy a much more successful endeavour than it would otherwise be…
I work in a pub in Mayfair, it’s called The Iron Duke, pay a visit if you fancy. […] Throughout the week the pub receives an eclectic mix of visitors …
So I’m a Sexpert – a sales assistant who provides expert advice on sex, toys and bondage. I am also Muslim, and it took me a while to recognise that the two are not mutually exclusive.
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Our third face in our Faces of Phi series is Renée Bertini who tells us all about her artistic influence, the intersection between philosophy and art, and how her illustrations in our latest issue represent wilderness.
Second up in our Faces of Phi series, we welcome Gerardo Posada, who discusses freedom and loneliness and their importance in his poem 'Ode to the Individual' from our Wilderness Issue.
For our first fresh face featured in our Faces of Phi series, we welcome Dylan Ngan, discussing his piece 'Burial of the Flower' from our Wilderness Issue. Stay tuned for more friendly faces in the coming weeks.
Phi Magazine was proud to interview James Hattam, Writer and Creative Director of the upcoming student-led film Steal Suffering in our Battlegrounds Issue.
For 2019’s first Creator of the Month, Phi Magazine is proud to interview Alejandra Lopez Martin – a young filmmaker, musician, and director of the production company Skateaway Pictures – which she recently founded. Phi Magazine had the pleasure of reviewing her recent film debut Capital of Pain in our latest print issue.
Sacha Golob is a Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at King’s College London, leading modules in Aesthetics and Continental Philosophy. Phi was lucky enough to interview him as part of our Urban Profiles series in our Urban Issue, chatting about art, Heidegger and fantasy cities.
Rodrigo Autric is an up and coming Spanish photographer currently based in London. Phi was lucky enough to interview him as part of our Urban Profiles series in our Urban Issue, chatting about his growth as a photographer, his quirky pictures, and what life is like in London.
Meet Thea Elmsley, a 2nd Year at Edinburgh University, who runs the Oodles of Doodles Instagram page (@oodles.n.doodles) – a hilariously cynical and candid collection of doodles dedicated to the trials and tribulations of transitioning from a teen to a young adult.
The Fearless Baker is back…and this time with a VEGAN recipe. Yes. You heard right, vegan!
I have always avoided making pies. No, seriously. I scroll through pretty food Instagram pages salivating at these gorgeous-looking pies which always seem to appear so perfect, despite the fact that pie pastry can be a baker’s worst nightmare!
This time, we are making Pumpkin Bread Rolls with Cinnamon Butter. Man, it is a mouthful to say…but I can assure you that they will fill your mouth with deliciousness!
This is a highly personal anthology, far from clichés and the appeal of the very successfully executed branding behind February the 14th. Musicians, some of whom have been in love, others who haven’t have composed astronomical amounts of tunes about romantic ties.
Obviously these are all just songs that I like, they mean some shit to me, and most of them can calm me down when I’m either 1) on the brink of an existential crises 2) about to punch a random for ordering a Guinness at the end of a long list of drinks.