Arianne Shahvisi / August 19, 2019
The revelations of MeToo and the rise of strongman leaders has turned the internet in-joke into a foundation for political movement
A great public intellectual passed away last month. Magee spent his life wonderstruck by the sheer fact of existence, for questions about the nature of reality are “obviously the most important and...
The author, broadcaster and MP sparked a love of academic philosophy in countless curious viewers and readers
The Second Mountain is full of rambling anecdotes of exemplary virtue
Become too authentic and you simply rule out self-improvement
Lucy Winkett / June 7, 2019
When it comes to reading religious texts, intellectual curiosity and reasoning can only take us so far. We must approach them with a mind open to complexity, beauty and troubling honesty
Will Harris / June 5, 2019
From Nationwide to McDonald's, more and more advertisements are relying on the power of verse to shift their products. But while it's easy to be cynical, advertising's love affair with poetry tells...
Ayer’s work tells us important things about the shortcomings of Anglophone philosophy
Two contributors debate David Hume's bold challenge to the primacy of pure logical thinking
Clare Carlisle / April 5, 2019
Cosiness and its malcontent—meet the Socrates of Copenhagen