Articles by Raymond Tallis
The world could learn something from June’s selection—from ethics to economics and our exploding population
Ray Kurzweil predicts that by 2029 scientists will have created conscious computers. Rubbish
It is a common and dangerous mistake to think that our minds are no more than electrical pulses in our brains
Generosity by Richard Powers: needs to be read "at least twice" Forget about doing the other five things and read Richard Powers’s Generosity at least twice. I hadn’t heard of Powers until I...
The pre-Socratic philosopher sparked an intellectual revolution that still echoes today. Yet for philosophy and science to continue to progress in the 21st century, we may need to embark on an...
Matt Ridley's attempts to surmount futile nature/nurture arguments do not go far enough.