Metaphysics

The Absurd Death of Albert Camus

Ioan Marc Jones | Posted 05.10.2014 | UK Entertainment
Ioan Marc Jones

On the 4th of January, 1960, at the age of forty six, Camus had planned to take a train back to Paris after a Christmas holiday with his wife and kids. At the last minute, Camus changed his mind and decided to travel instead with his publisher Michel Gallimard. During the journey, Gallimard's car slipped off the icy roads and smashed into a tree, immediately killing Camus.

Why Does Anything Exist at All and the Problems of Necessity and Probability

Tony Sobrado | Posted 27.05.2014 | UK
Tony Sobrado

Why does anything exist at all? Or to put it another way "Why is there something rather than nothing?" Or to put it another way still "Why this form of existence as opposed to another?" The three different ways of presenting this question demonstrates the complexity regarding the very notion of existence and the philosophical considerations that accompany it...

Darwin Was Wrong: Why We Need to Update Our Model of Evolution

Ellen Grace Jones | Posted 04.07.2012 | UK Tech
Ellen Grace Jones

Despite our spiritually-impotent, techno-worshipping race's arrogance that we're the height of all that's ever been, we are not actually the apex of human evolution, as Darwin's linear theory would have us believe.