Ian James Kidd unpacks a complex pair of prejudices.
Sebastian Sunday Grève calls on us to decide what kind of life with machines we want.
Eileen John explores literature for philosophical provocation.
A review by Teresa Blankmeyer Burke.
Philosophy is a lot of things, but it’s also mostly talking. Think of the paradigm case: Socrates and the corrupted youth, all in togas, dust hanging in the air, the sun in their eyes. They’re not meditating. There are no test tubes. They might be drinking tea, gesturing, shaking their heads, furrowing their brows, but […]
A review by Audrey Yap.
Charlotte Knowles on “moving on” from #MeToo
Review by Frank Appolonia and Travis Timmerman.
Zahra Thani argues that every philosophy class should combat exclusionary practices.
Alan Haworth weighs up the work.
Kyle Johannsen argues that most wild animals live bad lives, and that we should intervene in nature to improve their wellbeing.
Ian Olasov argues that philosophers have a lot of work to do.