Patricia Illingworth hears a plea for effective altruism.
Robert Lockie fires a few rounds at the Philistines.
John Corvino argues that the debate is settled, and settled rightly.
Wendy M Grossman argues that religions shouldn’t be tax exempt.
Andrea C Westlund on a narrative account of personhood.
Paul Dicken wonders what philosophy can tell us about science.
Michael Robertson on a thinker whose views were deemed outrageous and ludicrous by his detractors
To better understand philosophy, argues Matthew H Kramer.
Introduction to the issue from the Editor-in-Chief James Garvey.
Mark Vernon is a writer and psychotherapist. His latest book is The Idler Guide to Ancient Philosophy (Idler Books). This essay is adapted from his book Love: All That Matters (Hodder Education).
Timothy Williamson on philosophical dialogues.
Rich Cordero asks, how should we choose, when we can’t really imagine what it would be like for us to make a choice?