Issue 73: What Must I?
Morality is a form of social technology – it is context specific and can go out-of-date
You won’t believe the answer!
Behind every conspiracy theory is a hidden political agenda
We are all governed by passions, and the opinions and feelings of those like us
Political morality should allow for rare dirty hands practices
Issue 72: Being Human
The answer depends on what you think consciousness is
Time is subjective and always about a changeable past
The answer depends on what you think of modern politics
Intellectual arrogance not only deserves criticism, but is an epistemic vice that obstructs knowledge
Issue 71: Sex and Sexuality
Lewis discusses her new book, naked selfies and the feminism for all.
From Michel Foucault to Martha Nussbaum, we've selected a range of ways of understanding sexuality and romance
To get back to enjoying sex, we need to rid ourselves of moralising definitions of what sex is and should be
Nakedness the concept has vanished – it disappeared behind the American fear of nudity
Artificial Intelligence may offer a playful way out of our stale thinking on romance
Issue 70: The Boring Issue
Boredom isn’t a personal matter. It's the symptom of modernity
‘Boring’ narratives challenge the way we understand experience and consciousness
Can boredom be interesting?
Rather than an individual experience, boredom can be a philosophical key to understanding modern life
Philosophy can provide prisoners with the sense of growth essential to being human
Art, obsession and intimacy, according to the psychoanalyst D. W. Winnicott
Art and science have more in common that they differ in the way they use models
The peril of our age is not our inability to be with ourselves but with others
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