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Clare Mac Cumhaill and Rachel Wiseman launch a project that celebrates the poetic vision of Mary Midgley.
Lani Watson on a project that’s revealed some unexpected answers.
Finding inspiration in Westworld, Kimberly S. Engels casts light on existentialism’s conception of identity.
Kenneth Primrose asked leading thinkers what questions really matter most – here’s what they said.
From proofreading in a bedsit to the marvels of philosophy by CD-Rom, Julian Baggini tells all.
Danielle (“Professor Oppressor”) Poe on The Art of Hits and Peace Practice.
Surgeon Sergio Canavero intends to transplant a human head. A M Ferner discusses the implications with Lynne Rudder Baker, Eric Olson, Susan James, Stephan Blatti, Giovanni Boniolo, Cédric Brun, and Derek Parfit
Helen de Cruz talks to PhDs who most definitely are not “slumming it”.
Gary Flood investigates a new philosophical phenomenon in schools.
John Broome is by turns astonished, angered and pleased by a process that put ethics into climate negotiations.
Jeffrey A Barrett on a new movement in the philosophy of science.