The Morality of Getting Divorced

Justin McBrayer considers when divorce is morally permissable, and when it
Justin McBrayer considers when divorce is morally permissable, and when it [More]

Experimental Philosophy versus Natural Kind Essentialism

Mark Pinder puts Hilary Putnam’s essential philosophical theory to the
Mark Pinder puts Hilary Putnam’s essential philosophical theory to the [More]

Berkeley’s & Hume’s Philosophical Memoirs

David Berman looks for similarities and differences in the aims of the two
David Berman looks for similarities and differences in the aims of the two [More]

Arresting Thoughts

Maeve Roughton asks if it’s becoming a crime to think the wrong
Maeve Roughton asks if it’s becoming a crime to think the wrong [More]

Is The Age Of Individualism Coming To An End?

Michael Foley says that perhaps we are all becoming more
Michael Foley says that perhaps we are all becoming more [More]

Bertrand Russell on Something

Landon D.C. Elkind explains why Russell believed logic can set thought
Landon D.C. Elkind explains why Russell believed logic can set thought [More]

Are People Rational?

John Ongley investigates what Bertrand Russell thought about human
John Ongley investigates what Bertrand Russell thought about human [More]