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How To Understand a World Run By Bad Boys

An Interview with Realist Stephen Walt on the Post-Hobbesian World Order

Paula Erizanu
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Do You Have to Kill to Be a Murderer?

In Alabama, you can get convicted for a crime you didn't commit. Kant would be furious

Zachary Hoskins
The Philosophy of the Everyday
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Mark Lilla: On Identity Politics and the Left in Decline

Should we stop talking about who we are and start talking about what unites us?

Tessa Van Rens
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Post-Work Won’t Work

Instead, we should focus on improving the experience of work to solve the malaise around it

Nicholas Smith
The Philosophy of the Everyday
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My Job, My Self: How Work Defines Us

Rather than serving our individual passions, work is essential to being human

Al Gini
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The Universal Basic Income: For the Sceptics

Why basic income is a necessary step towards building a society fit for the 21st century

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Beard vs Taleb: Scientism and the Nature of Historical Inquiry

How a Twitter row on diversity in Roman Britain became a masterclass in the dangers of scientism

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Why Philosophy Matters

To celebrate World Philosophy Day 2017, we asked philosophers why it's important to them

IAI News Editorial Staff
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Hawking, Dawkins, Einstein: Are Celebrity Scientists Just Memes?

An interview with philosopher of science Philip Kitcher on popular science, its benefits and costs

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The Failure of Patriarchy

Outlining a vision for a just, equitable and socialist society, and how to achieve it.

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10 Soviet Philosophers You Should Know

For the centenary of the Russian revolution, we've listed the USSR's forgotten thinkers

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Gaia and the City

Urban solutions to overpopulation: James Lovelock in conversation with Crispin Tickell.

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How To Understand a World Run By Bad Boys

An Interview with Realist Stephen Walt on the Post-Hobbesian World Order

Paula Erizanu
The Philosophy Behind the News

Do You Have to Kill to Be a Murderer?

In Alabama, you can get convicted for a crime you didn't commit. Kant would be furious

Zachary Hoskins
The Philosophy of the Everyday

Mark Lilla: On Identity Politics and the Left in Decline

Should we stop talking about who we are and start talking about what unites us?

Tessa Van Rens
Interview

Post-Work Won’t Work

Instead, we should focus on improving the experience of work to solve the malaise around it

Nicholas Smith
The Philosophy of the Everyday

My Job, My Self: How Work Defines Us

Rather than serving our individual passions, work is essential to being human

Al Gini
The Philosophy of the Everyday
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The Universal Basic Income: For the Sceptics

Why basic income is a necessary step towards building a society fit for the 21st century

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Hawking, Dawkins, Einstein: Are Celebrity Scientists Just Memes?

An interview with philosopher of science Philip Kitcher on popular science, its benefits and costs

Philip Kitcher

Laughing and Crying About the Second World War

Remembering the war in Russia, Germany and Britain should involve reflecting on the groups that are demonized today

Catherine Brown

Are we all suffering from collective amnesia?

Preserving statues of imperialists and slave owners enforces narratives rather than protecting free speech

Alessandra Tanesini

What Michelangelo’s David Can Teach Us About Radical Politics

Marx vs Adorno on demanding the impossible without being a political failure

Enzo Rossi
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