Jay Kennedy on how surprising new research shows that Leo Strauss got Plato wrong.
Jean Kazez on an unusual love affair.
Peter Millican explains why we can learn from philosophy’s past.
Wendy M Grossman on psychic claimants and drug-addled egomaniacs.
Andrew Zimmerman Jones on the moral code of the girl with the dragon tattoo.
Tony Pitson on Hume’s provocative account of what we really are.
Julian Baggini takes stock of the trade in rare philosophy books.
Helen Beebee looks at how David Hume has influenced the debate about causation.
In the latest microphilosophy podcast, tpm’s editor-in-chief Julian Baggini talks to John Gray about some of the ideas that emerge from his latest book, The Immortalization Commission: The Strange Quest to Cheat Death. Download from this link or iTunes. The podcast was recorded at the Bristol Festival of Ideas in May, at the Arnolfini.
Jussi Suikkanen on a long-awaited book that could change our understanding of morality.