Feeling is good, but choosing is better

Animals, argues philosopher Mark Rowlands in a recent book, are capable of feeling sympathy for others, and as a result are capable of good acts. But is this enough for us to call them moral?

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Into the great wide open

Today’s children spend less time in nature than any generation before them. Jon Alexander, brand strategist at the UK’s National Trust, and filmmaker David Bond tell SCOPE about the implications for children’s well-being, and about their ambitious (and irreverent) Project Wild Thing, a documentary that looks at what it would take to get boys and girls back outside.

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