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In a London café, Anja Steinbauer chats with the philosopher who invented the word ‘idiosyncratic’.
Socrates, Plato and Modern Life
Mark Vernon sees Plato in an old light.
Matt Bluemink uses a Socratic argument to assess the influence of the net on our brains and our minds.
Stuart Greenstreet wonders why Cubist communication failed to catch on.
Francisco Mejia Uribe asks if democracy can overcome fundamentalism.
Dana Andreicut wonders whether, or not, to escape into the Matrix.
Emil Asplund & Erik Gustavsson try to find the truth about medication.
Lachlan Dale explores some of the philosophical implications of Tibetan Buddhism.
Vincent Di Norcia looks at various approaches to ecological ethics.
Terri Murray scrutinises a feminist film about a woman who desires her rapist. Warning: SPOILERS
Mahon O’Brien asks how far the first English translation of Martin Heidegger’s notebooks show him to be a Nazi.