Life-and-death thought experiments are correctly unsolvable
We need a contract for co-parenting, not just for marriage
What is logic?
Catarina Dutilh Novaes
How fashion moves philosophy forward
J Bradley Studemeyer
Chomsky, Wolfe and me
Free speech debates are more than ‘radicals’ vs ‘liberals’
Clancy Martin & John Kaag
‘Falsification’ ruled 20th-century science. Does it need revision in the 21st?
The Phineas Gage effect
Why rape cases should not be subject to reasonable doubt
Christopher Wareham & James Vos
Teaching philosophy at school isn’t just good pedagogy – it helps to safeguard society
We are entering a new epoch: the century of the migrant
Why sexual desire is objectifying – and hence morally wrong
What would a rational criminal justice system look like?
Honestly, it’s fine!
What would Leibniz say about the schisms in Europe today?
Maria Rosa Antognazza
Why the simple life is not just beautiful, it’s necessary
How not to be a chucklehead
On vagueness, or, when is a heap of sand not a heap of sand?
What the Aztecs can teach us about happiness and the good life
Arabic translators did far more than just preserve Greek philosophy
Aristotle was wrong and so are we: there are far more than five senses
The second sage
Bryan W Van Norden
Showing off is easy to condemn, but is it always bad?
There’s no moral difference between a wall and a migrant visa
Being moral means you can never do enough
The be all and end all
Can liberal values be absolute? Or is that a contradiction?
Why every child in need deserves an urgent response
S Matthew Liao