Reflections on Philosophy and Science
Reflective thoughts on current and historical issues in philosophy and the sciences
In this area, our authors offer their personal reflections on a variety of issues in philosophy and science. These musings are short and to the point and are often precursors to more substantive essays. Do you have your own thoughts that you would like to share with a wider audience? Contributions of ideas are welcomed.
Read one atheist's story about how she practices effective altruism through Kiva microfinance.
Heather McLaughlin shares four straightforward and effective strategies for doing good better.
Discussion paper exploring whether human beings can possess genuine free will in a deterministic world and the implications for moral responsibility.
Do moral norms differ from non-moral norms, such as norms of law, prudence, etiquette and game play? This preliminary analysis teases out what is common to all normative systems and what is different about moral norms.
Is cosmology a true scientific discipline based on experimental data or just philosophical speculation?