But what happens when one’s a Nazi apologist and the other’s a Jew?
The Owl’s Legacy is the best symposium on ancient Greece you’ll ever sit in on
Chris Marker’s multipart essay film screens all month at the Siskel Film Center.
Tere O’Connor’s Long Run explores the nature of consciousness through movement
He also promises there will also be free pizza every night.
Are reckless driving and reckless biking equally unethical?
In the contentious debate about irresponsible road use, there are no easy answers.
The natural selection of Jenny Kendler
Jenny Kendler, first-ever artist in residence for the Natural Resources Defense Council, makes complex work about the weird relationship between humans and the natural world.
When people babble nonsense, will it do any good to correct them? 17th-century philosophy meets 21st-century politics.
An exquisite sense of pain
A new way of looking at pain.
Indiana State University flushes itself
Indiana State University: “Less. From Day One.”
Why we argue
How do you win an argument?
“We don’t have choice if people are just left to their own devices”
Martha Nussbaum takes down libertarianism.
Is doing the right thing like playing jazz?
A U. of C. philosopher argues that behaving ethically is an improvisational act.
God as a hypothesis, not a delusion
Thomas Nagel beats up on Richard Dawkins, and finds himself conscripted into the religious gang.
A crop of online weirdness
A kidney’s religious persuasion, a married science prof goes ringless, absurd things people believe, and more.
Adam and Steve once more
Why should anyone insist that tab P must always and only go into slot V?
The intelligent design camp’s nightmare–being taken seriously
Karma? Panspermia? School just got more interesting.