Tamler Sommers pays his respects
Our best 50 ideas of the century series is continued by Jon Williamson
Our best ideas of the century series is continued by Roy Sorensen
Michael Loughlin diagnoses a problem in the debate about evidence and medicine
The trouble isn’t too many bad politicians, it’s too many voters, argues Jamie Whyte.
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Barry C Smith follows an unlikely epic adventure
Bad timing spoils the Terminator movies, argue Robert A. Delfino and Kenneth Sheahan
In his latest Philosophy Monthly, tpm editor Julian Baggini is talking to Timothy Williamson about the virtues of rigour, Simon Blackburn about ethics and emotion, and Nina Power about new and forthcoming books.
Julian Baggini meets the Argentine novelist with maths on his mind
In his latest column on philosophy and new media and technology, Luciano Floridi considers the illogical use of logic