Toby Friend on what’s real and whether whatever it is can be part of a unified science
Berit Brogaard on women who hate women.
Alex Madva explains the point of implicit bias education.
Alida Liberman on the ethics of portrayal.
Cheryl Misak on the polymath’s first days as a math teacher.
Justin Tosi and Brandon Warmke explain the ways of grandstanders.
Elizabeth Scarbrough proposes a monument graveyard.
Dieter Declercq draws on Nietzsche, Hume, and Pascal to explain how satire addresses the difficulties of changing the world.
Douglas Edwards explores what pro wrestling can tell us about philosophy.
William Irwin on lessons learned.
Julia Minarik muses on post-mortem ink.
Mary Beth Willard asks, is a moral obligation to abstain from the art of morally monstrous artists?