David Edmonds and Nigel Warburton: Philosophy Bites
David Edmonds: Would You Kill the Fat Man?
David Edmonds: Caste Wars: The Philosophy of Discrimination
David Edmonds and John Eidinow: Rousseau's Dog: A Tale of Two Philosophers
David Edmonds and John Eidinow: Bobby Fischer Goes to War
David Edmonds and John Eidinow: Wittgenstein's Poker
Nigel Warburton: Philosophy: The Basics
Nigel Warburton: A Little History of Philosophy
Nigel Warburton: Free Speech: A Very Short Introduction
Nigel Warburton: The Basics of Essay Writing
Nigel Warburton: Thinking from A to Z
Nigel Warburton: Erno Goldfinger: The Life of an Architect
Nigel Warburton: Philosophy: The Essential Study Guide
Nigel Warburton: The Art Question
Nigel Warburton: Freedom: An Introduction with Readings
Nigel Warburton: Philosophy: The Classics
Martha Nussbaum explains the value of an education in the Humanities and why it cannot be value-free. Read more...
Simon Blackburn talks freely about Cambridge, Oxford, his philosophical development, the philosophers he has known, and his own work, in this longish interview (with transcript). Cambridge a bit of a mad house, Oxford a bit smarmy. Read more...
Postgraduate Philosophy courses in the UK: how much do they cost? Read more...
Robert Nozick explains how intellectuals' resentment builds up and finds expression. It all starts at school. Read more...
Amy Chua, the 'tiger mother' has got people thinking, but was John Stuart Mill's father a 'tiger father'? Read more...
Why study computer science and philosophy together? Some of the greatest thinkers of the past dreamt about automating reason. Now that dream is a reality. Read more...
Is education just a way of giving students better options in the job market? Stanley Fish looks at the disturbing denigration of Humanities subject in both the US and the UK. Read more...
Matthew Lipman in defiance of Piaget's prejudices brought critical thinking in to the classroom, and started a worldwide interest in teaching philosophy to young children. Read more...
Matthew Lipman who died on 26th December 2010 was a major force in bringing philosophy into the classroom. In 2003 he gave this 2-part interview that explains his ideas and influences. Read more...