Zaheer Kazmi / August 22, 2016
Attempts to fuse Islam and modern liberalism represent little more than the ghost of a renaissance. True reform will require bolder thinking
For decades abstruse, technical philosophy has dominated the field—but is that changing, and should we want it to?
Charles Foster / July 25, 2016
"Bad education seeks to make the child something other than him or herself"
The Australian philosopher on "effective altruism," immigration points systems and defining philosophy
Naomi Goulder / May 26, 2016
Philosophers from Rousseau to Nietzsche have offered answers
Britain's "Nudge Unit" persuades 100,000 people to sign up for organ donation a year
Daniel Elstein / March 14, 2016
The great philosopher, who died yesterday aged 89, might have saved materialism
From the housing crisis to inequality and Formula One: here are the year's finest long reads
Jonathan Derbyshire / September 17, 2015
How the Catholic Church learned to love human rights