British philosophy has become much more interesting, but they just don’t make philosophers like they used to

The Michael Dummett vs Antony Flew debate: What comes first, the cause or the effect?

The authors of ‘Welcome to Covidworld’ defend their stance

Derrida’s prose, which stops being turgid only in order to be turbid, is utterly incomprehensible

In the dictionary of the demagogues there is only a single word: obey

Ian James Kidd and Matthew Ratcliffe assess our new altered reality, where accepted norms do not apply

Bernard-Henri Lévy’s polemic against coronavirus lockdowns is “a stale little bonbon”

C. S. Lewis has been revered as a writer but overlooked as a philosopher

Firmin DeBrabander’s philosophical musings are the checklist of a left-wing, “progressive” academic

Forced to flee her native Germany, Hannah Arendt is finally celebrated there in a major exhibition