To call philosophy useless is, ironically, to philosophize about philosophy.
Assisted suicide is a moral choice that should belong to individuals, not archaic legal statutes.
Philosopher Peter Singer says we should always help others if we, ourselves, would not be harmed in the process. But he's not quite right.
If free will doesn't exist, how do we justify criminal punishment?
Albert Camus was right: it's rational to fear "The Stranger."