Stephen Law is an English philosopher and Reader in Philosophy at Heythrop College, University of London. He also edits the philosophical journal Think, which is published by the Royal Institute of Philosophy and aimed at the general public.
Articles by Stephen Law:
Is the Left’s alleged critical focus on Israel good grounds for thinking it has an ‘antisemitism problem’? Read more
Does the premise 'it is possible God exists' just trade on the ambiguity between metaphysical and epistemic necessity/possibility? Read more
I was recently accused of ableism for expressing gratitude that I am not disabled. Is this fair- or is it the pointing of a finger that censors all dissent? Read more
Philosopher Stephen Law argues that British voters shouldn't be fooled: The Tories are not moving left economically - they're the same old Party of the rich Read more
In the UK, a well-known athlete, Louis Smith, has been disciplined and suspended by British Gymnastics – the UK body governing the sport – for having engaged in some private drunken mockery of Islam which he recorded on his phone and which was subsequently leaked to the Press. A British Gymnastics spokesperson commented ‘British Gymnastics […] Read more