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What makes us human?

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What makes us human? Copyrighted image Credit: BBC New content
Introductory level Duration 30 mins Updated 26 Jan 2015
Four thinkers explore what makes us human with these animations. 

What makes us human?

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What makes us human? Copyrighted image Credit: BBC New content
Intermediate level Duration 30 mins Updated 19 Jan 2015
These animations explore the question of what makes us human? 

How can I tell right from wrong?

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How can I tell right from wrong? Copyrighted image Credit: BBC
Intermediate level Duration 5 mins Updated 08 Jan 2015
Watch these animations to see how philosophers tell right from wrong.

Why are things beautiful?

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Why are things beautiful? Copyrighted image Credit: BBC
Intermediate level Duration 30 mins Updated 21 Nov 2014
The concept of beauty is explored in these short animations. 

What does it mean to be free?

What does it mean to be free? Copyrighted image Credit: BBC
Intermediate level Duration 30 mins Updated 14 Nov 2014
This series of animations explore the question: what does it mean to be free? 

Capitalism: Beyond repair or awaiting a fix?

Capitalism: Beyond repair or awaiting a fix? Creative commons image Credit: Dominic Alves under CC-BY licence
Duration 15 mins Updated 03 Oct 2014
The 2008 financial crisis still thrums underneath political debate six years on - have we missed a chance to rework capitalism? Does it even need...

Cynicism: Philosophy for dogs?

Cynicism: Philosophy for dogs? Copyrighted image Credit: © Zakkum5 | Dreamstime.com
Introductory level Duration 10 mins Updated 28 Aug 2013
Where being truly human means living like a dog.

Choose your own philosophy adventure

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Introductory level Duration 1 hour Updated 26 Jun 2013
'Castle, Forest, Island, Sea' is a choose-your-own-adventure story that explores key questions in philosophy. Where will your chosen path lead you?

The ancient conflict

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Introductory level Updated 02 May 2013
Enjoy a philosophical exploration of the ancient conflict that simmers between Star Trek's Spock and  McCoy

The problem of progress

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Introductory level Duration 5 mins Updated 11 Jul 2012
Geoff Andrews argues that to understand political philosopher John Gray's view on immortality theories, we need to look at the development of his...