21 October 2021
Everyday Philosophy: Why do so many choose suffering over comfort?
The Tories appear to be exploiting a weakness in humans, where they will tolerate pain and suffering over comfort.Read the full article
14 October 2021
Everyday Philosophy: How it all comes down to taste
How much attention should we pay to food reviews and rankings? Philosopher NIGEL WARBURTON gives his take.Read the full article
07 October 2021
Everyday Philosophy: Resisting the urge to gloat over Brexit schadenfreude
Schadenfreude might seem harmless, but there's a difference between a temporary feeling and living your whole life gloating about it.Read the full article
30 September 2021
Everyday Philosophy: Anger - is it always a bad emotion?
There are different kinds of anger - some good and some bad. The right kind of anger can be valuable.Read the full article
23 September 2021
Everyday Philosophy: What is art?
NIGEL WARBURTON, one of the world’s most-read philosophers, considers the latest art installation at Paris’s Arc de Triomphe.Read the full article
16 September 2021
Everyday Philosophy: How much intolerance should a tolerant society tolerate?
Can the rise in intolerance in Europe be attributed to dog-whistle politics, or is there more to it?Read the full article
09 September 2021
Everyday Philosophy: The sense of nothingness surrounding Brexit
How will shoppers adapt to empty shelves in supermarkets? NIGEL WARBURTON, one of the world’s most-read philosophers, offers his thoughts.Read the full article
02 September 2021
Everyday Philosophy: There's more to seeing than what meets the eye
NIGEL WARBURTON, one of the world’s most-read philosophers, reflects on our mental state after various coronavirus lockdowns.Read the full article
26 August 2021
Everyday Philosophy: Our need for compassion... and a degree of calculation
NIGEL WARBURTON, one of the world’s most-read philosophers, on the 'Trolley Problem' and why life is more complex than the theory suggests.Read the full article
17 August 2021
Everyday Philosophy: The contrasting merits of pessimism and optimism
Introducing a new weekly column by Nigel Warburton, one of the world’s most-read philosophers.Read the full article
15 August 2017
Trump reaction to Charlottesville was ‘quasi-neutral’ and ‘sickening’Read the full article
25 July 2017