And if so, does it matter? In a new book, philosopher Chris Letheby confronts the nature and implications of the mystical experiences people often have while taking psychedelics.
Invisible and mysterious 'virtual particles' are everywhere, mediating all of reality that we interact with every day... or are they?
In a new book, Martin Hägglund argues that the only way to change our existence is to accept it will end.
In which I disagree with Tetsuya Nomura about what a "person" is. Thank you for coming to my TED Talk.
"Eventually, all our graves go unattended."
"The right way of telling someone to fuck off is to stop talking and end the conversation."
Anil Seth, a neuroscientist and director of the Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science at the University of Sussex, researches the biological basis of the otherwise ethereal topic of consciousness.