Michael Mann’s Ferrari shows how ambiguity and contradiction fuels us

People have a limitless capacity to convince themselves that what’s right coincides with what’s best for them

20,000 people paying to watch a philosophy lecture is cause for celebration not scorn

How can we secure the legacy of Roger Scruton?

The human will triumph over the technological in culture

We learn more about the decline of philosophy in our time than about its rise in antiquity

What makes Traditionalism controversial and alien is also what makes it important

Philosophy is essential to our modern times, but it can also be dangerous

Moral philosophy, the individual and the future

Catherine MacKinnon can’t avoid the obvious