P. Ludlow: Maduro's Venezuela.
J. Mahler, J. Rutenbeg: How Rupert Murdoch's Empire of Influence Remade the World.
C. List: Is Brexit the will of the people? The answer is not quite that simple.
Twelve Philosophers and Thinkers on Brexit.
D. Miller: Like most secessionist movements, Brexit shows that breaking up is hard.
Followers vs. Followings for Philosophers on Twitter.
M. Weaver, P. Walker: Government sacks Roger Scruton after remarks about Soros and Islamophobia.
N. J. Robinson: Live Commentary on the Žižek-Peterson Debate.
G. Monbiot: Dare to declare capitalism dead – before it takes us all down with it.
C. Fabre: Why British jihadists can’t be charged with treason.
A. Callard: Is Philosophy Fight Club?
R. P. Wolff: The Future of Socialism, Part One.
M. Stone: Texas Bill Prohibiting Male Masturbation Moves Closer To Becoming Law.
N. Popper: This Animal Activist Used to Get in Your Face. Now He’s Going After Your Palate.
R. McNamee: Facebook and Google will be considered unthinkable 50 years from now.
G. Greenwald, M. Lee: The U.S. Government’s Indictment of Julian Assange Poses Grave Threats to Press Freedom.
Is Superintelligence Impossible? David Chalmers and Daniel Dennett.
D. Davidson: Congress Takes Aim at Yemen War.
E. Nahmias: When Would a Robot Have Free Will?
K. Lande: Do you compute?
C. Kurth: The Anxious Mind.
J. Noonan: The problem with "post-work".
J. Weinberg: An Empirical Study of Bulshitters.
J. Basl, E. Schwitzgebel: AIs should have the same ethical protections as animals.
M. Lenz: Words as weapons? Free speech requires responsible speech.
S. Illing: The myth of rational thinking.
M. Hyde: Under-explored epitemic uses of imagination.
B. Keating: Time to update the Nobels.
K. Harvey: Medieval parasites.