Tommy J. Curry on the role demographies of death and dying have in racialising covid-19 mortalities.
See You Online
Lucy Osler considers how we perceive others in a digitally-mediated world.
Should Science Lead?
Stephen John worries about the government’s favourite slogan.
It’s Not About the Animals
Jean Kazez examines ethical questions raised by the pandemic.
Covid-19 and Greek philosophy
Martin Ferguson Smith on confronting Covid-19 with guidance from Epicurus.
On Being Me: A Personal Invitation to Philosophy: a review
Emrys Westacott reviews On Being Me: A Personal Invitation to Philosophy, by J. David Velleman.
Social Risk Preference and Pandemic Management
Don Ross reports on a way to match policy with preferences.
Jean Kazez on some philosophically interesting distractions.
Democracy and the Virus
Christoph Schuringa asks what concept the Covid-19 crisis demands.
Privacy During the Pandemic and Beyond
Carissa Véliz on privacy challenges in a changed world.
Philosophy, in a sense
Constantine Sandis says, death to mortality.