Featured author: Chris de Ray is a current PhD candidate at King’s College London. His interests lie mainly in philosophy of science, philosophy of religion and metaphysics. His thesis project concerns ‘evolutionary scepticism’ and the realism debate in philosophy of science. He sometimes shares his thoughts on his blog, https://chrisderay.wixsite.com/mysite. God, on most conceptions, is…Continue reading Chris de Ray: Does God Create His Own Thoughts?
Dr Sabine Hossenfelder is a theoretical physicist working as a research fellow at the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies. Her research focuses on the foundations of physics, but she is also interested in philosophy and sociology of science. She has been published in influential publications such as Scientific American, New Scientist, Quanta Magazine, Nautilus, and…Continue reading A Theoretical Physicist’s and a Philosopher’s Objection to Panpsychism
The question of whether there is progress in philosophy (as there is in science) is often debated. Here, I will offer my opinion on what constitutes such progress without getting too technical. So, broadly speaking, my answer to the aforementioned question is yes – depending on what we mean by ‘progress’! The first distinction that…Continue reading Is There Progress in Philosophy?