Don't forget to read the fine print: Andelka M. Phillips looks at what you might be signing away when you order that online DNA test.
Distributed cognition – the idea that cognition or the mind extends across brain, body and world – is not a…
Earlier this year, the United States government declassified more than 40,000 documents showing the American intelligence community’s reporting on the…
As the Mueller investigation comes to a close, Kevin M. Baron looks to the history of the Freedom of Information Act and finds that the battle between Congress and the White House is nothing new.
Many readers of On War have taken Clausewitz’s discussion of the ‘logic’ of war tending to ‘extremes’ and concluded that…
Arjen Kleinherenbrink argues that Deleuzian metaphysics is actually two, very separate, metaphysics.
From Iraq to Libya, Louise Kettles asks whether the UK has learned to learn from its past mistakes in Middle-Eastern military interventions.
Spinoza: a renegade thinker whose life was far from boring. From stab wounds to spiders, how many of these strange facts did you know about Spinoza?
Size and shape versus sound and colour: discover how primary and secondary qualities have perplexed philosophers for thousands of years, and how Thomas Reid offers us a way forward.
What Electricity Has Done to Thought: an excerpt from The Life Intense by Tristan Garcia.