Francis Moorcroft concludes his look at the first two millennia of logic.
Roy Jackson tries to make sense of the ontological argument for the existence of God.
A personal view of the relationship between faith and reason.
By John Dupré.
Is the modular theory of mind a confused piece of pseudo-scientific thinking?
The first part of Jeff Mason’s look at Sartre’s popular introduction to existentialism.
A report from Britain’s biggest annual gathering of philosophers.
Nancy Cartwright believes it is a myth that science is on its way to furnishing us with a theory of everything. Jonathan Walmsley talked to her about how her ideas have developed and about her new book “The Dappled World”.
What’s in store for prospective mature students of philosophy.
Rupert Read explains the extraordinary public reaction to the sudden death of Diana, Princess of Wales.
Les Burwood and Ros Wyeth argue that there are good arguments for adopting the unfashionable view that it is immoral to use animals as a resource.
Christopher Budd introduces the enigmatic ideas of German existentialist Nietzsche.