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Despite debates about scientific certainty, we do not need 100 percent consensus on a scientific claim to accept it as true.
In the Black existentialist tradition, freedom lies in the constant struggle for liberation.
Reflecting on three monumental works of modernism—James Joyce's Ulysses, T. S. Eliot's The Waste Land, and Ludwig Wittgenstein's Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus—a hundred years on.
Trans-inclusive policies are essential, but efforts to establish them must not lose sight of the structural oppressions that trans people face.
Where is the line between professional philosophy and self-help? And how did we end up with this stark divide?
To discern why we fight, we should ask why we do not.
Feminist philosophers Kate Soper and Lynne Segal discuss the unsustainable obsession with economic growth and consider what it might look like if we all worked less.
Epiphanies can prompt us to view the world differently, a new book contends. But they are no substitute for ethical and political debate.
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