Sometimes giving a person a choice is an act of terrible cruelty
What are the ethical consequences of immortality technology?
Francesca Minerva & Adrian Rorheim
Philip Gerrans & Chris Letheby
Why vegetarians should be prepared to bend their own rules
The limits of tolerance
If I teleport from Mars, does the original me get destroyed?
The sea was never blue
Maria Michela Sassi
Bun or bump?
The revolutionary figure of the beautiful, self-improved soul
Robert J Hartman
Pain leads to empathy and self-preservation: should we make robots ‘feel’ it?
The anger of Achilles
C D C Reeve
Before you can be with others, first learn to be alone
I attend, therefore I am
Carolyn Dicey Jennings
Should a rapist get Viagra or a robber get a cataracts op?
Do we matter in the cosmos?
Dissolving the ego
The tree of knowledge is not an apple or an oak but a banyan
Is it moral to respect the wishes of the dead, above the living?
Had a good think lately?
Late in life, Fred finds joy – and a ‘rhythm in all things’ – through tap dance
Which lives matter most?
Dominic Wilkinson & Keyur Doolabh
Voluntary taxation: a lesson from the Ancient Greeks
End-times for humanity
Theory from the ruins
Who needs a perfect language? It’s already perfectly imperfect
To be happier, focus on what’s within your control
How quantum superposition could unravel the ‘grandfather paradox’
An urban cowboy rides through gang-ridden streets, preaching a gospel of redemption
How ‘The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám’ inspired Victorian hedonists