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
Has art ended again?
Moral grandstanding: there’s a lot of it about, all of it bad
Justin Tosi & Brandon Warmke
Rules of ascent
Wars are not won by military genius or decisive battles
Cathal J Nolan
Barbara Gail Montero
It is sometimes right to fight in an unjust war
With a new introduction and commentary by Massimo Pigliucci
After a landslide destroys her village, a woman rebuilds her life in a changed landscape
Join the party of love
Models are always imperfect, and the ones we choose greatly shape our experience
When philosophy needed Muslims, Jews and Christians alike
Are human rights anything more than legal conventions?
What is good rhetoric?
Philosophy tool kit
‘Free speech’ is a blunt instrument. Let’s break it up
Hierarchy is either strictly constrained or it is indefensible
In defence of hierarchy
Stephen C Angle, Kwame Anthony Appiah, Julian Baggini and others
The last hollow laugh