Here it is, our regular Friday diet of suggested readings for the weekend:
Do corporations have character? I’m not convinced, but interesting post by Julian Baggini nonetheless.
Why we should bulldoze the business school.
Philosophers should be keener to talk about the meaning of life.
The serious ethical implications of a real (pig) brain in a vat.
The real value of religion is not in what it promises to deliver in the afterlife, but in what it delivers in the here and now.
A well balanced article on the tension between armchair and experimental philosophy.
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Categories: Plato's Suggestions