Scott F Parker meditates on the latest from Sam Harris
Charles T Wolfe scouts the answers.
Thomas Pradeu argues that facts about symbiotic microbes have radical implications for the nature of our identity.
A M Ferner has just picked up a fault in the EA-35 unit.
Luciano Floridi on new threats, neither real nor virtual.
The answer sheds new light on an old problem, argues Helen Steward.
Wendy M Grossman on fact, fiction, and the silliness of television.
Alan Weir makes a case for Scottish independence.
Douglas Edwards explains what makes you the object you are.
Ellen Clarke finds inspiration in someone else’s flat.
Paul E Griffiths argues that biologists have two ways of thinking about genes.
Jussi Suikkanen appreciates an appreciation of Henry Sidgwick.