Unthinkable: Sexbots are under development. Don't ban them, an academic team advises
Unthinkable: Parents have no rule book but they can make better or worse arguments for exercising power
Unthinkable: Chinese philosophy advocates virtue and social harmony – two things badly needed in public life
Unthinkable: Despite today’s fashion for talking in tweets, there’s life in the old art form
Unthinkable: People don’t like to compromise because it means admitting one’s fallibility
Unthinkable: Snobbery surrounding First Communion shows up deep divisions in society
Unthinkable: To become an expert you need to embrace a set of scientific values
Unthinkable: Reflecting on our place within the cosmos can be deflating
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
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