Wendy M. Grossman on our ability to believe despite the evidence.
The answer sheds new light on an old problem, argues Helen Steward.
Cynthia Freeland on Ian McEwan’s latest novel.
Monica Cowart explores a possible collaboration between philosophy and therapeutic practices which might help alleviate suffering.
Helen de Cruz talks to PhDs who most definitely are not “slumming it”.
Tony Chemero takes the ick out of the extended mind hypothesis.
Emrys Westacott wonders what irony adds to life.
Luce Irigaray and Michael Marder on the possibility of a human re-birth.
Benjamin Jantzen uncovers a premise any self-respecting empiricist should find suspect.
Marianne Talbot considers reasons to change the law.