Sometimes, also philosophers need to face the facts. (As a matter of fact, they must never dismiss them.) But at this point in time, knowing the facts becomes crucial. This is why we have compiled a detailed report of the Corona-Outbreak in China here, spanning from December until March 13.
Is there such a thing as moral progress? Where does it come from? How do we determine what it is? Read how we discuss these questions (and many more) with philosopher Philipp Kitcher.
What is the difference between a cyborg and a human being? What does it mean to be a subject? Could the body serve as a criterion? An essay on the blurry lines between post-, trans- and other humans.
On which methods should philosophers rely? How can we fight inequality and injustice? And what is the role of the nation-state? An interview about political philosophy with Oxford professor David Miller.
In december 2018, we had the opportunity to briefly interview Slavoj Žižek. The result is an interesting summary of his stance on truth, ideology and cultural relativism.
What is it to be a good philosopher? How can we make society better? And is there such a thing as moral progress? In the following interview preeminent philosopher Sally Haslanger addresses all of these (and many more!) questions.