Issue 84: Progress
What the philosophy of emotion contributes to the Universal Basic Income debate
Why we must abandon ideas of pristine nature
Why economic growth is a poor indicator of social progress.
Why are we comfortable modifying the genes of animals and plants, but not our own?
Physicists face stagnation if they continue to treat the philosophy of science as a joke
Why compromises like panpsychism aren't the way forward
It’s essential to see political opponents as our equals, but is that possible?
The art world has become ‘part of the problem’, but the next generation of collectors won’t stand for it
Issue 83: Reality
Why the world is not how we see it
What the Buddhist monk said to the theoretical physicist
The Problem with Psychiatric Diagnosis
Why informational bubbles are a necessary part of our world
Revelations or hallucinations?
Issue 82: A Halloween Special
The political significance of the destruction of the dead
Slavoj Žižek examines humanity's fascination with the living dead
Why we fear threats to our worldview the most.
Our fascination with evil and why it makes sense.
What might extraterrestrial life look like? The diversity found on Earth could guide our search.
Issue 75: Quantum
There's more of it in quantum physics than we think
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