What Good Is a History of Philosophy ‘Without Any Gaps’?
Philosophy is for Everyone
Philosopher’s Dreams of ‘Perpetual Peace’ and the War in Ukraine
The Paradise Paradox
Philosophy as Freedom of Thought
Question Everything – The Story of The Stone and Philosophy in The New York Times
What Good Is Political Philosophy in the Face of an Acute Political Crisis?
Philosophy and Events of the Day
Philosophy and Paradigm Shifts
Public Philosophy in an Age of Uncertainty
Discretion – A Philosophical Analysis of the Power of Bureaucrats
Philosophizing Our Way Out of the Cave
Beauty at the Barricades
It’s (Not) All in Your Mind: Philosophy and Gaslighting
What Good Is Moral Philosophy?
Philosophy, For Better, For Worse, and In Itself
From Philosophy to Politics
Public Philosophy, Amelioration, and Existential Value
Fighting with History: Combating Russian Misinformation with Scholarly Sophistication
Discourse of Genocide
Debating the Good
Values and Public Policy
Grappling with Evil: An Intellectual Delineation of War, Atrocity, and Attempted Genocide
Thinking in Dark Times
Aaron James Wendland is Vision Fellow in Public Philosophy at King's College London and a Senior Research Fellow at Massey College, Toronto. He is the co-editor of Wittgenstein and Heidegger and Heidegger on Technology. He is also an associate producer at Ideas on CBC Radio and the editor of the Agora series in The New Statesman.