Wollstonecraft was ridiculed in her time for the idea that women should be treated as fully fledged beings.
Homosexuality and Africa: A Philosopher’s Perspective
Being gay in Africa can pose culturally specific challenges which the dominant, heterosexual culture may find difficult to accept.
‘The Philosophy Project’: A DU Students’ Initiative to Make Philosophy Accessible to All
Five undergraduate students of philosophy at Miranda House launched this project in the middle of the pandemic and it is open to anyone who is interested in the subject.
Tell Us About Yourself
'I don’t know where to start.'
The Original Moon Hoax and the Birth of the ‘Scientific Novel’
How a series of spoof newspaper reports from America became the cradle of science fiction.
Is There Anything Especially Expert About Being a Philosopher?
We can’t escape the question of what matters and why. If we can’t avoid living philosophically, it seems sensible to learn to do it well.
These Great Thinkers May Help You Understand the Current Political Mess
The first thing we have to do to make sense of what is happening around is to stop believing that any of this is meant to make any sense.