What Is Arabic Philosophy?
The Islamic world contains an extraordinary range of intellectual traditions
Why The Term ‘Continental Philosophy’ Is An Insult
Rather than promoting rivalries, we should instead acknowledge language-specific traditions
Can There Be Belief Without Language?
Language is powerful, but it can't create thoughts
Metaphysics & Language
Overcoming absurdity during a pandemic
How to avoid the self-fulfilling prophecy of pessimism
Why belief in reality is a dangerous mistake
Language tangles and competing realities
Philosophers Judith Butler, Simon Blackburn, Massimo Pigliucci and more on the ideas that shaped their work and world view
Why do bad scientific theories live for so long?
Why we fear threats to our worldview the most.
Mind & Reason
Following Marcus Aurelius' example in Covid-19
Explaining the supposedly unexplainable
Illusionists don’t deny that consciousness exists, but propose that we rethink what it is
Where philosophers have gone wrong
Contents, cognition and location
And why collaboration trumps elimination
Dualism may not be false, but it isn't required
Ethics & Religion
Rejecting Heidegger's nihilism
The philosophy of our fascination with disaster
How being afraid of death is making some people less ethical
The precautionary principle can save lives
Judith Butler on the ethics of interdependence
Our fascination with evil and why it makes sense.
The political significance of the destruction of the dead