Harmony and moderation make for a happier life.
Reality is more distorted than we think.
Do right and wrong depend on culture, or does morality transcend place and time?
This short story is a fictional account of two very real people — Anaximander and Anaximenes, two ancient Greeks who tried to make sense of the universe.
Augustine's theology came to define Christianity, but there was a rival theology.
Coherentism accepts that circular reasoning is probably the best any of us can do.
A strange philosophical thought experiment forces us to ask if the world can be completely described in physical terms.
Thales may have known the famous theorem perhaps as much as half a century before Pythagoras.
If you had perfect foreknowledge of the blessings and tragedies that will come in your life, would you make the same choices anyway?
Some intellectuals use charisma and deception to obscure the holes in their arguments. Here is how to see through their smokescreen.
What if you are the only person in the world who can think?
Does history have a grand narrative, or is it just a random walk to no place in particular? And is the world as we know it about to change?
Utopia is like a John Lennon song but with golden toilets.
Though gloomy and dense, Russian literature is hauntingly beautiful, offering a relentlessly persistent inquiry into the human experience.
Do our thoughts have any meaning whatsoever?
The ancient Greeks were obsessed with geometry, which may have formed the basis of their philosophical cosmology.
The wise, the old, and the experienced matter to a full and happy life.
Reduction is an approach that has been successful in science but is not itself synonymous with "science."