Jean Kazez asks, do we need more movies like these?
Elucidations podcast: Q&A with Matt Teichman
Kirsten Egerstrom reviews Finding Meaning in an Imperfect World, by Iddo Landau.
Paul Woodruff on the real demands of rescue.
Neil Levy on giving reasons.
Axel Gelfert tries to make sense of our predicament.
Corey Latta sets time in Doctor Strange by Henri Bergson’s clock.
It’s a dog’s life: fire hydrants and the aesthetics of the everyday.
John Sellars argues that thinking of philosophy this way is not just for the ancient Greeks.
Tourism Experiences and Animal Consumption: Contested Values, Morality and Ethics, edited by Carol Kline. Reviewed by Jean Kazez.
Laura Niemi explains how to understand the moral cognition behind our judgements.