Issue 58: Don't Be Evil
Is virtual competition truly open to all?
Is the fear of monopolies justified?
Is merging man and machine a dangerous fantasy?
In a digital age, who decides what we remember?
Digital giants have nearly unlimited access to our private data. What happens to society’s youngest and most vulnerable?
Issue 57: Knowing Others and Knowing Our Selves
Are our minds and others' ultimately unknowable?
Can we ever know the experience of others?
Is it really impossible to know another's mind?
Neuroscience boasts proof of human empathy. Have we jumped to the wrong conclusion?
Should we judge others by who they are online?
We think we know our own minds - are we deluded?
How do you know when you’re facing a murderer?
Does self-understanding lie in the search itself?
Chinese workers are fabricating glamorous online identities. But is a virtual existence as dangerous as we think?
Issue 56: Morality and Prejudice
Could chemical enhancement defeat human prejudice?
The idea of virtual rape provokes universal disgust. So why are we comfortable with children having killed an average of 100,000 people in video games by the age of 18?
Does money pose objective moral problems?
Has neuroscience sold us a lie about the nature of morality?
Could prejudice be essential to good judgement?
Issue 55: A Tribal World
Is the tribe to be feared or embraced?
How do cults survive in the modern world?
Science is a creed like any other.
What isolation taught me about the need for others
The left has lost its sense of community and identity. Do we need to reconnect with nationalism before its too late?
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