In the past week, Egypt dissolved parliament, gave a constitutional super-vote to its generals, and reinstated sweeping powers of detention over security concerns. A roundup of reactions.
Heinrich Rudolf Hertz, who was honored Wednesday on his 155th birthday, helped explain how even nothing at all can be something.
Overwhelming American force hasn't been able to restore order in Iraq and Afghanistan. Humpty Dumpty illustrates why.
The Library of Congress plan to archive all communication on Twitter has us wondering how history would sound if Twitter had been around in 1776.
An Oxford don turned management consultant shows how your most mundane moments are grounded in philosophy.