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Interview: Peter Singer

Over Skype, Peter Singer is the consummate philosopher: calm, reasoned but possessing a distinct alacrity when answering questions pertaining to his work....

Mass surveillance could save us from extinction, claims Professor

Bostrom argued that humanity’s demise is likely to be at the hands of a technology of our own design, and to counter this we may require global mass surveillance.

Would you risk your life on God? Reflections on Professor John...

Prompted by Professor John Lennox's new book, Jack Sagar grapples with questions about science, God, and the faith that binds us all together.

‘Sehnsucht’ and life’s insatiable longing

The desire for the unattainable is both the inspiration for great art and the catalyst for great sorrow

Alain de Botton: “The university system is failing people”

Author Alain de Botton, founder of the School of Life, talks philosophy, mental health and the education system

In this fractured world, does empathy really hold us all together?

Against Empathy is a compelling and relevant reevaluation of compassion

Oxford business graduates are UK’s highest earners, report reveals

Historians, philosophers, and engineers earn less according to new government report

Interview: A.C. Grayling

John Maier in conversation with A.C. Grayling about New Atheism, analytic philosophy, and the EU

Science may be far from true

Rachel Dunne on a branch of philosophy that argues that progress is biased by social factors
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