Oct 062005

The Stone

A forum for contemporary philosophers and other thinkers on issues both timely and timeless. The series moderator is Simon Critchley, who teaches philosophy at The New School for Social Research in New York.

The makers of the HBO series have produced a powerful work of philosophy.
The racial hatred I experienced almost broke my spirit. But I found some light in the darkness.
A group of philosophers is trying to persuade the courts to rule on this question.
The story of Seneca and Nero may show Trump advisers it’s not too late to come to their senses.
We can blame Facebook and Cambridge Analytica for the damage they’ve done, but the responsibility lies with all of us.
Removing arguments of individual morality from the equation is the best way to find consensus and determine public policy.
The tactic of subverting language to turn vice into virtue has a very dark past.
Every political camp wants to claim him as its own. But he was no ideologue.
The image of unshakable peacefulness and tolerance is a Western stereotype that defies history and simplifies human nature.
To the misogynist, the most terrifying thing imaginable is a woman with power, her own voice and her own life.
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