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History & The Arts
This animation explores the Buddha's Four Noble Truths.
Health, Sports & Psychology
Investigate the conceptual and historical issues in Psychology with this interactive feature.
Society, Politics & Law
Explore the lives and works of Karl Marx, Friedrich Nietzsche and Sigmund Freud with our interactive timeline.
Science, Maths & Technology
How does Blade Runner shape up as a piece of work when real scientists look at its workings?
The man who started a two-wheeled craze. Then more free learning through the day.
Should you follow your conscience and break the law if you feel it is morally right, rather than be a cog in an unjust system? Stephen Fry investigates some people in history who believed so.
This animation debates one of the most searching ideas of legal thought: John Rawls' assertion of the value of a veil of ignorance.
TV, Radio & Events
Melvyn Bragg discusses the big question "What is justice?" along with four guests.
Morality and selfishness sound like opposites - but not according to the Russian-American novelist of the 1950s, Ayn Rand.
The founder of sociology, Max Weber drilled in the value of hard work into our everyday ethic.
This animation looks at Aristotle's ideas about flourishing and how to live a good life.
Melvyn Bragg and his four guests delve deeper into the philosophy of how we live a good life.
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