A conversation with the Icelandic artist about moving on, both emotionally and technologically.
Martin T. Hadley is a depressive philosophy graduate tormented by the existential crises at the heart of everyday pop lyrics.
We asked a few hunters about the ethics of trophy hunting, and how they see the controversy surrounding Walter Palmer.
Quizzing Glastonbury's late-night intellectuals on the meaning of life, the universe and everything.
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.
We talked to him about Gnosticism, torture and the economic crisis.
What sounds more ridiculous: That I paid £130 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 the curator, author and writer about their new philosophy book The Age of Earthquakes, FKA Twigs and Generation Z's perception of time.
The stories of four people who directly caused someone else's death in one way or another.
"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."
Your bladder situation dictates how much you believe in free will.