Knowing what to do is one thing, doing it is another.
To understand ourselves and our place in the universe, "we should have humility but also self-respect," Frank Wilczek writes in a new book.
The Persian polymath and philosopher of the Islamic Golden Age teaches us about self-awareness.
Imagine Heraclitus spending an afternoon down by the river...
Learn how to practice "self-indifference."
The author of "Auroville: The City Made of Dreams" talks about the difficulties of establishing (and writing about) utopian societies.
Shannon Lee shares lessons from her father in her new book, "Be Water, My Friend: The Teachings of Bruce Lee."
Everyone loves a laugh now and then, except for most of the philosophers you've heard of.
Thought expriments are great tools, but do they always do what we want them to?
Christians and Muslims that pick out unconscious patterns are more likely to believe in a god.
You actually score worse on memory tests.
In some countries, religiosity and pro-science attitudes are actually positively correlated, according to the results of a recent study.
What speech is harmful, how do we know, and what do we do if we find out?
Educators have proven that they can "turn the aircraft carrier" when they need to, but the system needs to match their efforts.
Join the lauded author of Range in conversation with best-selling author and poker pro Maria Konnikova!
If the idea of freedom bound Camus and Sartre philosophically, then the fight for justice united them politically.