Piers Benn / October 22, 2014
Is the defence of free speech and toleration merely another name for indifference, asks Piers Benn
Jonathan Derbyshire / October 20, 2014
Rebecca Newberger Goldstein © Steven Pinker Anyone who's done an undergraduate degree in philosophy will have been made to read the great philosophers of the past—the 16th and 17th-century...
Media pressure forces politicians to make rapid decisions on complex questions
A new history of philosophy makes a brave attempt to fill in gaps in public knowledge, but does it pass the "wikipedia test?"
Politicians cannot be the perfect blend of intellectual and action hero
Grasping the ethics of the crisis requires us to understand properly the concept of proportionality
Andy Martin / August 1, 2014
We are now suffering the Hawaiianisation of everywhere