AN Devers / July 19, 2017
A soothsayer has placed a paternity claim against the great surrealist, who has been exhumed for DNA tests. Would Dalí enjoy the spectacle? More importantly: do we?
Angela Saini / July 6, 2017
Sarah Blaffer Hrdy and Patricia Gowaty were pioneers. Yet their work is still contentious—and their contribution all too often ignored
Academic Sarah Harper says the days of a partner for life are over. But marriage isn't the only thing that will need to change as we (hopefully) enjoy our longer lives
Lyndsey Stonebridge / June 5, 2017
Irrational nationalism demands that we rebuild our sense of shared truth
If terrorists are searching for meaning, it is found not in fanatical religion but in everyday acts of kindness—like those of Mancunians last night
Nicholas Blincoe / May 18, 2017
My PhD supervisor turned out to be satan
Andrew Brown / May 11, 2017
Has the Church of England really "climbed down from years of political radicalism"?
James Garvey / May 3, 2017
The great philosopher's academic courses "were genuine, live conversations in which everything was always on the line"
Democracy requires broad coalitions of interests among people who differ
Robert Neild / April 27, 2017
Through evolutionary selection we have inherited instincts to fear and hate—and also to cooperate within a group. The sooner we start admitting to this, the better