Unthinkable: Eating the odd beef steak may be more ethical than living off eggs and fish
Unthinkable: Gaming can teach us ‘how to prepare for death’, a new book argues
Unthinkable: Finland has piloted a basic income scheme; could the EU follow suit?
Unthinkable: Bad environmental design can cause stress, alienation and even depression
Unthinkable: Macron studied under Ricoeur. What could it mean for his presidency?
Unthinkable: Each sporting code has its own moral customs but that doesn't necessarily mean all ethics is relative
Unthinkable: Philosophers need to grapple with the ‘symphony of senses’ being discovered by science
Unthinkable: The philosopher may give you a very different answer to the therapist
Unthinkable: Cherry-picking facts and nitpicking are common political ploys
Unthinkable: We should cut experts more slack for telling us what we don’t want to hear, says philosopher Lizzie Fricker
Unthinkable: The problems of modern labour call for a ‘collective and structural solution’, says David Frayne
Unthinkable: ‘Catholic agnostic’ Gary Gutting criticises pseudoscientific putdowns of religion
Brain experiments have yet to shed light on the ‘freedom that matters’, says philosopher Markus Schlosser
Unthinkable: Far from being party people, true hedonists are sensible individuals
Unthinkable: Companies have a duty to provide ‘meaning’ in society. An anti-evil slogan isn't enough
Flourishing in life starts with putting trust in yourself, argues philosopher Anna Bortolan
Relativist thinkers are providing a ‘smokescreen’ for the likes of Donald Trump, warns professor of logic Timothy Williamson
Unthinkable: Donald Trump may make your skin crawl but your anger ‘destroys you’ not him, argues Brant Hansen
Students should ask ‘what’s the point?’ rather than ‘how many points?’
AI is displacing jobs – we need a ‘union 2.0’ to fight back, says William Myers
Unthinkable: Examples include ‘women being pressured – not quite to the point of outright coercion – to have sex, or to have sex without contraception’, says philosopher Ann Cahill
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