Issue 96: Identity and Deception
The surprising benefits of a strange theory
Our identity is made up of both the inside and the outside
The incoherence of science's strangest theory
Identity, teletransportation and philosophy by sci-fi
How reporting ‘refugees’ went wrong
The coming deepfake dystopia
Loneliness, solitude and the return to people
The answer depends on how you respond to tragedy
The identity of clones and what it tells us about the self
Issue 95: Crisis and transformation
The ontology of NFT Art
Does treating the universe as a neural network solve the problem of quantum gravity?
The dangers of doom scrolling and attention as a skill
The carbon-backed currency of the future
Why linear thinking is not enough to unlock global change
Why our mental health sector has failed
Overcoming the limits of being human
Colonialism is alive and well in central banking
AI Ethics and the possibility of the extreme suffering of conscious machines
Issue 94: Dreams of hope and jeopardy
The unreasonable flaws in the movement’s big claims
When and how will the future begin?
The free market's bright future
The dystopia is already here
Aging is necessary for existence
A long-term look at the future of humanity
More education is not the solution to social inequality we think it is
Beyond Popper's philosophy of science
From debt culture to the donor class
Issue 93: Belief, hypocrisy and reason
The case for feminist standpoint theory
Are philosophers of mind merely speculating?
Why hyper-rationalism leads to political failure
Does an ancient system persist in Modern India?
The truth behind appeals to the great British character
Bernardo Kastrup responds to Peter Vickers
Big tech is preying on young lives
What’s the best way forward on consciousness?
Inadvertent, habitual, explicit
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