Comics artist Barbara Stok talks about her brilliant reimagining of the life of the Cynic philosopher Hipparchia.
Philosophy for the insatiably curious
Ethics, power and a life in motion.
Is drunkenness the enemy of philosophical sobriety? Or are there circumstances where drunkenness can make our philosophical insight more acute?
Lucretius, the Roman poet and philosopher, on free will, creativity and the mysterious swerve of an atom.
Is philosophy a kind of play? Is it a kind of combat? Or is it a kind of aesthetic experience? Thoughts on Sarah Mattice and Michel Serres.
The Huainanzi, a fascinating Han dynasty guidebook for rulers, on resonance, non-action, charioteering, and how not to fall off a bicycle.