Above all else philosophy is about thinking deeply. If you're ready to expand your mind, here are the 10 best philosophy books to get you started.
A good quote can do a lot: give you an inspirational boost, soothe your soul, or provide some much-needed perspective. But the best quotes? They give you chills.
Call it SF, call it speculative fiction, call it slipstream – hey, we hear you can even call it structural fabulation. We’re not going to quibble on the nitty-gritty of nomenclature. What we do know is that these texts, however diverse, are yoked together by their reimaginings of reality – think parallel and sinister sister societies, alien worlds, or our own Earth, subtly altered.
There aren’t many writers who witnessed a 20th century apocalypse at first hand. But of those who have Kurt Vonnegut’s response, Slaughter House Five, is arguably the most memorable.
Writers: rebels and iconoclasts, many of the world's most famous authors have been deep critical thinkers, unafraid to question their society's staple beliefs, one of which has often been religion.
The most awe inspiring monologue about us and the universe has now been made into a stunning animation Prepare yourself for the tingles.
British comedian Ricky Gervais always has a lot to say. Sometimes he says it on Twitter. Often it's about the ludicrous nature of religion.
"Love is a many splendored thing," wrote Shakespeare and he was right. But how do you keep it that way? Here's 25 super simple tips to help.