Monthly Archives: January 2015

Automated Robotic Weapons

In the House of Commons there are two red lines separating the two sides of the House. The lines are two sword-lengths apart. They are there to underline the fact that, in the House, disputes must be solved by discussion … Continue reading

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Bryan Magee’s Interview Series

This month’s featured website is Bryan Magee’s series of video discussions with great philosophers on great philosophers: They might seem a little dated to modern viewers. But the great thing about history of philosophy is that it dates well: the things that these philosophers say … Continue reading

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