The ethical life and the genuinely happy life are one and the same.
According to Kant, our capacity to set purposes for ourselves is what grounds our dignity and intrinsic worth.
For Kant, we ourselves are the authors of the universal moral law.
According to Thomas Nagel, the very framework that has allowed science to become so successful is what prevents it from cracking the problem of consciousness.
Does time truly flow, with things going into and out of existence, or does every moment coexist eternally?
What does Heidegger’s peculiar quest for the meaning of Being have to teach us today?
Far from having rendered philosophy obsolete, science is crucially dependent upon it.