We often assume that Indian philosophy is somehow inherently “spiritual”. But India's long tradition of Cārvāka materialist philosophy suggests otherwise.
Philosophy for the insatiably curious
An interview with Sophie Grace Chappell about philosophy, following your deepest impulses, and why mountain climbing is not unlike philosophy.
Aristotle argued that the end or purpose of human life was flourishing. But what is flourishing? And how do we flourish?
Aristotle was a hugely eclectic thinker. But he was also a systematic one. And at the heart of his philosophy is the idea of the diversity of human ways of knowing.
The Chinese philosopher Hui Shi (370-310 BCE) was famed for his logical puzzles, and his skill in debate.
Plato is famous for what is sometimes called his "theory of forms". But what are forms? What is this theory? And what makes Aslan an almost-perfect cat?