The Science of Psychoanalysis: An Interview with Dr. Chris Morse

From the first of a series investigating Freud’s legacy: “A lot of psychoanalysis is about imagining. And the implications of imagination, what happens as people imagine things? Real things happen as a result of people imagining things. Real things happen as a result of people dreaming things. And even more fundamentally, dreams and imaginings and fantasies and inner experiences are a real part of the world.”

Why I Left Academia: Philosophy’s Homogeneity Needs Rethinking

Former PhD student Eugene Sun Park explores why philosophy’s academic halls lack diversity: “It’s not that women and minorities are (inexplicably) less interested in the ‘problems of philosophy’—it’s that women and minorities have not had their fair say in defining what the problems of philosophy are, or what counts as philosophy in the first place.”