The world economy is often measured in terms of money, but is this the best method?
Happiness is the key to a good life, isn't it? But one philosopher thinks you want something less pleasant, and that happiness is nothing but a nice side effect.
Repealing Obamacare without a fit replacement will leave tens of millions uninsured. Who is responsible for the fall out? A moral hypothetical raised by Kurt Vonnegut can help.
In 1972, eight mice were placed in a utopia. Full of food, water, bedding, and space for 3000 mice. Within three years there were no survivors.
Students at an English university have demanded that their curriculum be "decolonized". What does that mean?
Schrodinger's cat is one of the most famous thought experiments of all time, but what does it mean for science, and what happens to the poor cat?
Not every language agrees on how many colors there are. With some having more terms and others fewer. But does that mean we see the world differently?
Everybody wants to be happy, right? Who wouldn't try to get as many pleasurable experiences as they could? Well, if this philosopher is right. You wouldn't.
Robots and AI are going to become an everyday part of life, but will that take away other everyday parts of life?
Overpopulation is often viewed as a nightmare, but what if it's a dream come true?