Associate Professor in Philosophy , Durham University
Emily Thomas is associate professor in philosophy at Durham University, UK. She writes on many topics but especially space, time, and travel. Her most recent trade book is The Meaning of Travel: Philosophers Abroad (2020), and her most recent academic book is Victoria Welby (2023).
History of ideas
Aristotle on making babies
He was the first great observer of nature. But his theory of human reproduction was deeply sexist – and enduring
Thinkers and theories
Before, now, and next
Pastness, presentness and futurity seem to be real features of the world, but are they? On McTaggart’s philosophy of time