Poets and philosophers may be the mystics of our day, bridging the two worlds and bearing witness to seen and unseen.
The seventh of the great British philosopher's list of rules for living and learning. This time, on respecting eccentricity.
A thoughtful meditation by a craftsman-philosopher who contemplates the human condition through the building of simple, hand-tooled coffins.
Our robotic moment? Perhaps we need to be asking better questions of ourselves rather than the more simplistic ones when it comes to thinking about our relationship with technology.
Robert Sapolsky asserts that humans have one trait that best defines and distinguishes us from other species: the ability to hold two contradictory ideas in our head, and yet continue on in the face of it.