Re-assessing the thinking of the most misunderstood philosopher of Western philosophy.
Are indirect realists correct to claim that you do not perceive the world directly?
Andrea Di Carlo of University College Cork discusses the role of realism in politics. Why, in some circumstances, it's politically just to go against your moral principles.
Drawing on controversial examples, Arendt offers insight on the human condition - and how to protect yourself from manipulation and blind obedience.
Could your computer illustrate genuine understanding? My logical defence to thinking computers.
Is logic the key to winning all arguments?
What forms the basis of all matter?
Epicurean tips that will guide you to the path of contentment.
Can humans express genuine free will despite being determined? Can you even be held accountable for your actions?