Plato’s Ideal Ruler Today

Mark Tan shows us how to overcome our distrust and cynicism towards governments through the appointment of philosopher
Mark Tan shows us how to overcome our distrust and cynicism towards governments through the appointment of philosopher [More]

News: March/April 2014

Hand lets amputees feel • Philosophy dept in sexism row • Putin’s favourite thinkers • Philosopher becomes party leader — News reports by Sue
Hand lets amputees feel • Philosophy dept in sexism row • Putin’s favourite thinkers • Philosopher becomes party leader — News reports by Sue [More]

A Fair Price for Drugs?

There are about three million Americans and about 170 million people around the world infected with Hepatitis C. In the recent past, the cost of treatment could be up to $300,000 in extreme cases. A
There are about three million Americans and about 170 million people around the world infected with Hepatitis C. In the recent past, the cost of treatment could be up to $300,000 in extreme cases. A [More]

Cognition through Understanding: Self-Knowledge, Interlocution, Reasoning, Reflection: Philosophical Essays, Volume 3

2014.03.25 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Tyler Burge, Cognition through Understanding: Self-Knowledge, Interlocution, Reasoning, Reflection: Philosophical Essays,
2014.03.25 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Tyler Burge, Cognition through Understanding: Self-Knowledge, Interlocution, Reasoning, Reflection: Philosophical Essays, [More]

Joy of stress

Stress is thought to be a bad thing. But there is vitality in anxiety. Kierkegaard called it “the dizziness of freedom,” and it’s perversely pleasurable…
Stress is thought to be a bad thing. But there is vitality in anxiety. Kierkegaard called it “the dizziness of freedom,” and it’s perversely pleasurable… [More]

Playing with Plato

Science produces discoveries every day. But virtually every scientific area of inquiry began with a question or an insight from a philosopher…
Science produces discoveries every day. But virtually every scientific area of inquiry began with a question or an insight from a philosopher… [More]