A Very Small Post about Homeopathy

I know I keep stressing the distinction between ethics and activist – and how it’s usually just before I witter on about something vaguely activistic.  However, I do think it’s worth popping over to look at the 10:23 Campaign, which takes a robust and sceptical attitude to homeopathy. If you’re not sure about why it’s […]

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Free stuff!

Philosophy books are expensive. Never fear: Librivox has loads of free audiobooks.  The search is not the most efficient I’ve seen, but there’s definitely some Kant and some Mill (and some HP Lovecraft) on there, so it’s hard to complain.  (Though I’m kind of in agreement with Brian Leiter when he comments that “Of course, […]

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DPP’s Interim Policy on Assisted Suicide Published

The Director of Public Prosecutions has today published interim guidelines on prosecutions for assisted suicide in England and Wales – they’re available here (and Northern Ireland will get its own consultation process).  I’ve not had time to consider them in full, but there’s a number of things that stand out to me as worthy of comment. […]

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