Daniel A. Kaufman argues that we are suffering a catastrophic deficit of political wisdom.
Mariana Ortega explores art and self-making.
Caitlin M. Bauer finds answers hanging by a thread.
Richard Swinburne introduces an extract from his latest book, Are We Bodies or Souls?
A review by Amy Kind.
Jamie Lombardi finds a Simone de Beauvoir not seen before.
Jean Kazez considers losing weight.
Valerie Tiberius wonders whether that bit of wisdom is such a good idea.
Michael Hauskeller considers Nietzsche on the death of God and the birth of the superhuman.
Publicly endorsing science is part of skepticism, but it isn’t always easy because so many people don’t differentiate between accepting science as the best method we have for building knowledge and treating scientists as if they were gods. Individual scientists are, unfortunately, as prone to mistakes and fraud as any other group of human beings. […]
There’s more to risk than weighing up probabilities, argues Duncan Pritchard.