Life-and-death thought experiments are correctly unsolvable
A Herculean fish and the fight against a $6 billion mega-dam project in Alaska
Free speech debates are more than ‘radicals’ vs ‘liberals’
Teaching philosophy at school isn’t just good pedagogy – it helps to safeguard society
How our contradictions make us human and inspire creativity
Honestly, it’s fine!
What the Aztecs can teach us about happiness and the good life
The second sage
Bryan W Van Norden
Showing off is easy to condemn, but is it always bad?
Why Sasquatch and other crypto-beasts haunt our imaginations
Being moral means you can never do enough
The be all and end all
The examined life
The desire to fit in is the root of almost all wrongdoing
Courage and free speech
Timothy Garton Ash
‘Space to grow’: on being young, anxious and American in a Zen Buddhist family
Religion without belief
Bruno the brave
Everyone fails, but only the wise find humility
Truth in stereotypes
Why we need to move empathy from personal emotion to collective moral concern
Martha C Nussbaum
Should a human-pig chimera be treated as a person?
Against Muslim unity
The mind isn’t locked in the brain but extends far beyond it
Is God a silverback?
David P Barash
The lack of diversity in philosophy is blocking its progress
Gender is not a spectrum
Would it be immoral to send out a generation starship?