Information may be changing as quickly as the COVID-19 virus mutates, but being open and transparent about it fosters trust and social cohesion.
Filmmaker and cultural philosopher Mary Zournazi will join former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams for a UNSW Centre for Ideas discussion on justice and love.
We need to look at what's behind arguments for and against drug testing welfare recipients to avoid repeating the same debate, over and over.
The new Dean of Arts & Social Sciences, Professor Susan Dodds, is excited about the opportunity to turn ideas into something that has a direct impact on peoples’ lives.
The civil-religious function of natural science is to uphold and defend the belief in the eternity of nature, writes Miguel Vatter.
Is the afterlife a mirror of our ideal world? Do cunning people live better? Can we divorce the moral from the beautiful? These are some of the questions to be examined this week at a UNSW conference looking at ancient prescriptions for living well.
With the release of post-apocalyptic playground Fallout 4 last week, three philosophers offer their views.
Some of the world’s leading philosophers and social scientists will tackle the debate on climate change at a key event in Paris this month, ahead of the UN Climate Conference.
It is ironic that the world we live in today is built on a solid foundation of research yet it is easier than ever for non-experts to spread their intuitive falsehoods, writes Tim Dean.
The UNSW researcher behind the ethics course being introduced into some NSW primary schools will spend the summer finalising the questions behind the course.