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.
Helen Beebee looks at how David Hume has influenced the debate about causation.
Deane-Peter Baker on the morality of guns for hire.
Elizabeth S Radcliffe explains how Hume put feelings centre stage.
Paul Snowdon examines our intuitions about minds, persons and animals.
Barry Stroud on David Hume’s life and character.
The good life is the fully human life, says Richard Norman.
James Ladyman argues that philosophy’s inaccessibility is actually a good thing.
David Benatar argues against the optimists that life is not good, and we should not create more of it.