Dieter Declercq draws on Nietzsche, Hume, and Pascal to explain how satire addresses the difficulties of changing the world.
Amy Kind explains why the powers of imagination are far greater than some philosophers have led us to believe.
Rachel Paine argues that there are insights to be had in thinking about the possibility.
Professor Timothy Sprigge is one of Britain’s foremost proponents of panpsychism, the view that consciousness is a feature of all reality and not just of animal minds. In this article in our forum on consciousness, he outlines what consciousness is, and considers some alternative positions and makes the case for panpsychism.
Francis Moorcroft takes a fresh look at how two giants of western philosophy differ in their analysis of human nature.