Magazine

Kinfolk #43

Regular price £14.99

Inside:

The new Kinfolk peers deeply into the human mind with all the acid trips, TV therapy, and pop philosophy that entails. Inside, psychopharmacological researcher David Erritzoe talks about the mind-bending potential of psychedelics, philosophy professor Amia Srinivasan talks about sexual politics and Allyssia Alleyne reflects upon open relationships and what happens when private therapy becomes public entertainment

 

Expect:

Since 2001 Kinfolk has promoted quality of life and connects a global community of creative professionals from London to Tokyo.

 

Size: 228 x 295mm

Pages: 192

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