We are excited to announce the release of the latest issue of our journal, Phenomenon 27.
In this issue, you can enjoy the following discussions, articles, tests and pieces of art:
INTRODUCTION p. 3
CONVERSATION WITH PROF. PETER SINGER p. 4
ART BY ANJA JAENICKE p. 7
CONVERSATION WITH PROF. CHRISTOPHER CAMERON p.12
CONVERSATION WITH PROF. ALBERT BERGHUIS p.21
Biography of artist Daniel Jean-Baptiste p.35
Artwork by artist Daniel Jean-Baptiste p.36
Article by Eric Trowbridge p.38
Interview with Lena ROMAN p.41
Puzzles by Graham Powell p.44
Final message from the editors
A message from the Editors:
As befits the World Intelligence Network, this is a magazine that has a cosmopolitan flavour to it, with some esteemed academics being interviewed (see below), plus members of the meta-society we commonly call “The WIN” having produced diverse work with great artistic expression.
Ever since the first edition of the WIN magazine, the “Genius to Genius Manifest” back in May 2004, we have tried to maintain the tradition of dates which have numerical significance.
The first magazine was released on 6-5-4, hence this edition of the magazine was supposed to come out on 2nd November 2023 (2-11-23), but changed to 17th November 2023 (17-11-23) so all prime numbers equally spaced apart: 2,3,5,7,11,13,17,19,23.
Perhaps we’ll break with tradition next May and produce a twenty-year anniversary edition?
We thank Scott Douglas Jacobsen for his interviews, WIN member Anja Jaenicke for her artwork, Artist Daniel Jean-Baptiste for contributing his amazing artwork to this
issue and all of those who added anything else.
Whatever, your participation is warmly welcomed as reader, artist, philosopher, and musician – however you choose to express your appreciation of the World Intelligence Network. Please enjoy this little offering brought to you by the WIN editors, Graham Powell and Krystal Volney.
You may also overview the entire collection of WIN ONE and Phenomenon issues.
The coming issue is planned to be released in May 2024 celebrating the 20 years anniversary of WIN magazine publications having started as G2G, then renamed WIN ONE and currently known as Phenomenon issues.
WIN members may directly contact Phenomenon editors with their submissions.
WIN Administration Office