A historian, a doctor, and a sex therapist talk about what we talk about when we talk about masturbation.
What we talk about when we talk about toilet paper orientation.
How has life changed over the last century? We visited the homes of the people who lived through it all and asked them what we can learn.
What would John Stewart Mill say about weed? Are psychedelics OK if they expand your mind? Are drugs a bad thing from a moral standpoint? We asked an expert.
Saadawi is the author of 56 books and has been imprisoned for her writing, which condemns how women have and continue to be treated in the Middle East. We talked religion, capitalism, and the state of Egyptian politics.
"When I kill an animal, I feel a lot of remorse. I'll always walk up to the animal, give it a pat, and say thank you."
Yes it's awful, but is it also an existential self help guide on par with 'The Alchemist'?
"If someone can't remember something, did it actually happen? I don't know the answer, but it's an interesting thing to think about. It's something that no one will ever know."
How do you love a planet while it disappears? What obligation do we have to a generation that hasn't been born yet?
We spoke to John Gray a few days before his latest book, The Soul of the Marionette, is set to drop in the United States.
For Susan Neiman, growing up is "about thinking for ourselves, and this is something that we're actually too lazy and too scared to do as often as we should."
We talked to him about Gnosticism, torture, and the economic crisis.
A conversation with philosopher Steven Shaviro about "accelerationism," which is essentially the belief that the best way to shorten capitalism's lifespan is to push it to the extreme.
What sounds more ridiculous: That I paid $199 to attend a class called "2015: Like a Boss," or that it actually made my life better in a for-real way?
We talked to them about their new philosophy book, The Age of Earthquakes, FKA Twigs, and Generation Z's perception of time.
Successful communication requires a bit of dishonesty.
The stories of four people who directly caused someone else's death in one way or another.
If you've never gone through an existential crisis, you've never truly lived. Questioning who you are, where you are, and why you're here is a necessity for sentience. Here's a primer to get you started.
"It seems like he's going off in a bunch of different directions at once—which you might expect, given that he's a child."
According to researchers Michael R. Ent and Roy F. Baumeister, the one variable that makes individuals believe in free will depends on how bad you need to piss.
Combining Terence McKenna's attraction toward history, his focus on memes, and his perspective that "the world is made of language," I created a chronological list of 30 McKenna-related books, ideas, people, and other things that I haven't yet written abo…
That players have choices is considered one of the medium's exciting traits, but I always struggled a little bit to connect to games that have that kind of openness—am I playing a character, or am I being me?
Beatriz Preciado takes testosterone neither as part of a medical protocol nor as a component of gender re-assignment. His self-managed testosterone intake is a tool for "gender-hacking."
This installment of Tao of Terence presents a collection of McKenna's thoughts on death and the imagination, presented in the style of one of his lectures.