Ella Risbridger / November 14, 2019
Autumn is darkness, and all the roaring fires and dancing candle-flames and copper-strung fairy-lights are only here to fight it back a little
Josh Barrie / November 6, 2019
Retailers increasingly rely on gimmicky, seasonal treats to bolster their profits. But there's a deeper side to our love of chains' Christmas offerings, too
Prospect Team / October 31, 2019
Exploring the future of democracy
Daniel Callcut / October 16, 2019
What responsibilities do galleries have when they display work by monstrous creators?
Maan Al-Yasiri / September 13, 2019
Even after my faith has faded, the markings of Ashura are still etched on my mind
Grab 'n' go, grab-bag—not to mention the grabbing president. What does it mean when suddenly the whole world is something to be seized?
Ray Monk / September 5, 2019
The passing of this eclectic and questioning man in his prime allowed the narrower and more imperious Gilbert Ryle to dominate British philosophy. Had Collingwood lived, could the deep and damaging...
A selfless act of charity, or distraction from the rational world? Two contributors make their cases
How the philosopher with a theory of becoming became herself
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