Is there a war instinct?
Many evolutionists believe we have a drive for waging war. They are wrong and the idea is dangerous. Read by Sam Dresser
How the light gets out
The ‘hard problem’ of consciousness continues to confound. Has Dr Graziano’s theory cracked it? Read by Sam Dresser
Where's the male Pill?
Many promising male contraceptives are in development, but none has come to market. Why? Read by Sam Dresser
On the road with a rock band: memories blur, cities blend. Only in performance does the world pause. Read by the author
The death of my father
Julian Baggini asks, Would philosophy help me to deal with my father's death? Read by Sam Dresser
Are coders worth it?
Web developers have it all: money, perks, freedom, respect. But is there value in what we do? Read by Sam Dresser
Their good life
Should the state legislate for individual happiness? Jules Evans on psychotherapy and the state. Read by the author
The art of attention
Paying close attention is an art and an act of the spirit. Sven Birkerts on the power of looking. Read by Sam Dresser
I still love Kierkegaard
Happy birthday Kierkegaard, we need you now. Julian Baggini on his lasting relevance. Read by Sam Dresser