Tim Crane and Barry Smith talk philosophy and food with Julian Baggini.
Nicholas Bunnin on Confucian insights into how people live as individual and social selves.
Christopher D Bennett on a forum that brings philosophical understanding to bear on questions of practical concern.
Richard Holton on the future of academic publishing.
One hundred years after the start of the First World War, Michel Petheram reflects on its meaning for some of the philosophers who lived through it.
Patrick Stokes considers the ethics of conspiracy theories.
Bear in mind that this is just John Corvino’s opinion.
Adam Morton asks, if we had greater thinking power, would the world be more or less puzzling?
David B Wong shows how the best thinkers from another tradition can shed light on Western questions.
Louise Mabille on new atheism, the Church, and master morality.
Phil Hutchinson and Rupert Read argue that fresh thinking about framing, evidence and precaution should inform the debate.
Ray Cavanaugh celebrates Kant’s teacher.