Peter J Steinberger argues that atheists, true believers and even agnostics are all wrong.
Jonathan Dancy and Daniel Muñoz take a close look at Parfit’s account of how we can get things wrong.
The world needs precautious thinking, argues Rupert Read.
It’s one of the best defences of philosophy he’s ever seen, says Robert J Howell.
Sabine Roeser argues for a new approach to public debate.
Daniel E Flage takes a close look at the Bishops’ views on mind, awareness and intuition.
John Broome is by turns astonished, angered and pleased by a process that put ethics into climate negotiations.
If we’re to understand reality, we must understand the questions that we’re asking, argues Thomas Quinn.
John Hacker-Wright on a controversy sparked by claims about moral norms and human nature.
Linda Radzik asks, what should a bystander do?
Jeffrey A Barrett on a new movement in the philosophy of science.
Anne Jaap Jacobson on a wonderful new guide to recent work in neuroscience