Or so the New York Times would have you believe. In an opinion piece on April 6, columnist David Brooks declared we were facing ‘the end of philosophy’, as cognitive scientists realised the extent to which our moral judgements are guided by our emotions, rather than our reason. Think of what happens when you put Read more…

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Here’s an interview I did with Donald Robertson, the head of the Hypnosynthesis school in London, and the author of an excellent new book called Philosophy and CBT. We discuss the influence of Greek philosophy on modern cognitive behavioural therapy. It’s only part of the whole interview, which I’ve been intending to post in segments. Read more…

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