Articles by Julian Baggini
He strove never to make a choice between rigour and relevance
Martha Nussbaum thinks we shouldn't lose our tempers. Good luck with that
There is gold in Charles Taylor's new work on language—a pity it's so hard to find
Following lists of instructions will impair your judgement
Sven Lindqvist changes the world one reader at a time
A new book argues that human beings are born to lie: that we cannot live without deceit. Is this true—and does it matter?
Those who cry foul over the lack of women in top political jobs are relying on faulty logic
The new cleavage in British politics is not between left and right, but between liberals and communitarians. The elite is mainly liberal, believing rights are universal, while most people see them as...
The belief that those who have lived in a community longest should have housing priority isn't racist