Unthinkable: Changing morals may explain differences between age groups on the Israel-Palestine conflict
We can’t be sure technology is making people less empathetic, but the signs are not good
Unthinkable: Philosopher Iris Murdoch provides us with a model of love that is both highly demanding and devilishly complex
Unthinkable: No idea? Don't worry. There's a toolkit for that
A philosopher and a psychologist on how to know whether you’re being helpful or just interfering
Unthinkable: If SuperValu Páirc is not to your taste, what about Supermac’s University of Galway?
Skerries, anonymised as Cuan, comes pretty close to meeting Aristotle’s ideal of ‘flourishing’, according to the author
… Or is meritocracy just a modern version of aristocracy?
Unthinkable: Humans are loath to admit that sh*t happens – this may lie behind a multi-billion euro industry
Unthinkable: Seeking happiness in 2024? Epicurus has the answer for you
Unthinkable: The good life is not a saccharine, Christmas Day joyful experience. It’s the well-balanced life, lived with rationality and virtue, argues lecturer and MMA fighter Gaven Kerr
Unthinkable: Pushing ahead with the hate offences Bill may be a bad strategy, even if criticism of the initiative has been ‘completely misguided’
Unthinkable: The universe is ‘fine-tuned’ for the existence of life. A theory of probability suggests it is not a fluke
Unthinkable: Objectivity, trying to climb outside of our own minds, remains a noble aim
It’s not Dalkey. British anthropologist Daniel Miller calls it ‘Cuan’ but you know it by another name