Polarization is in part due to an unwillingness to understand differing political and moral foundations of our fellow citizens. Mani was a third century Iranian prophet…
Calls for Basic Income reflect an unspoken understanding of a new fundamental human right – the ‘Domain’. Can we merge the effective and the moral?
Can Metamodernism, based in the exchange and continual revision of ideas, offer an alternative to the cultural problems of postmodernism and relativism?
The ‘appeal to lived experience’ as part of a wider anti-intellectual trend is stifling public debate. Should subjective experience override facts?
The recent ‘Celebration of Science and Reason’ with renowned intellectuals Sam Harris and Richard Dawkins proved why these events are a dire necessity in our polarised…
Terri Murray explains how contemporary views on non-binary genders simply beg the question of two distinct genders. Circular reasoning or begging the question is a fallacy in which the speaker’s conclusion is presupposed in his premise(s).