Jonathan Derbyshire / January 29, 2015
On certain questions, scientists and philosophers sometimes just have to admit defeat
There is a difference between untruths and lies
"The restless search for wealth, power, fame and office produces unhappiness in all but a tiny minority"
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Jonathan Derbyshire / November 24, 2014
Families, argue Harry Brighouse and Adam Swift in their new book "Family Values", are a "problem" for proponents of the egalitarian ideal. "One does not have to favour anything as far-fetched and...
Those in Brussels would do well to read Socrates
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Jonathan Derbyshire / November 12, 2014
EO Wilson © Jerry BauerThe American biologist EO Wilson was in Britain last week to attend a ground-breaking ceremony on the Isle of Portland in Dorset. The first soil was being turned on the...
Piers Benn / October 22, 2014
Is the defence of free speech and toleration merely another name for indifference, asks Piers Benn
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