If coronavirus presents medics with a stark ethical choice, which considerations should determine their course of action?
Although he died at 26, Ramsey was one of the most influential thinkers of the 20th century
Ray Monk / April 3, 2020
The strange story of how a man who Bertrand Russell and the Bloomsbury Group looked on as a god ended up almost completely forgotten
Julian Baggini / March 20, 2020
The ethics of who lives and dies is one of the most sensitive and important problems raised by the current crisis
Self-preservation is a basic human instinct. But in a world centered around individual survival, we mustn't forget who suffers most
The philosopher answers Prospect's Brief Encounter questions, and tells us why he'd time travel to Germany in the 1920s
She is one of England’s greatest novelists, but the author of Middlemarch also deserves to be remembered as one of the country’s finest philosophers
Julian Baggini / January 14, 2020
The philosopher experimented with some contemptible views. But his work is serious and worth disagreeing with
Daniel Callcut / January 3, 2020
What chance of a better future if we fail to maintain spaces where radical disagreement can be explored?
Jamie Milton Freestone / January 2, 2020
The celebrated scientist talks attention, awareness, and the reception to his work