Lessons for Philosophers and Scientists from Sherlock Holmes and Father Brown

By Charles Foster Arthur Conan Doyle’s estate has issued proceedings, complaining that Enola Holmes,  a recently released film about Sherlock Holmes’ sister, portrays the great detective as too emotional. Sherlock Holmes was famously suspicious of emotions. 1 ‘ [L]ove is an emotional thing’, he icily observed, ‘and whatever is emotional is opposed to that true … Continue reading Lessons for Philosophers and Scientists from Sherlock Holmes and Father Brown