Paul du Quenoy offers an appreciation of the late scholar and free speech advocate James R. Flynn

How the French philosopher founded today’s social justice movement

Sir Roger Scruton’s religious views are dissonant but beautiful

A remarkable group of intellectuals in pre-war Vienna used philosophy to explain the scientific progess of their time — until they were halted by murder and Nazism

Philosopher Mark Sinclair warns against the slippery slope of technological thinking

The pseudo-Foucault distorts Foucauldian doctrine not in pursuit of truth, but as a strategy of power

Banging on about “the methods of science” is not a good argument

Is there any clear route out of the philosophical modernity and nihilism that plague our reality?

In our perverse desire to tolerate the intolerable we have succumbed to Christophobia

Nicholas Shackel, a Professor of Philosophy at University of Cardiff, explains how to turn the prisoner’s dilemma into the free speaker’s game