Julian Baggini / October 8, 2019
The question of how our minds work is one of life's greatest mysteries, fascinating scientists and philosophers alike. When Churchland brought their ideas together she provoked fury—and admiration
The best art and exhibitions in November 2019—Troy at the British Museum and Radical Women at Pallant House
Emma Crichton-Miller / October 8, 2019
Plus Dora Maar at Tate Modern
Cathy Rentzenbrink / October 7, 2019
Our penal system is not geared towards rehabilitation and further brutalises already damaged people. It’s a truth we don’t want to face.
Charlotte Higgins / October 7, 2019
Ancient stories, whether we know them or not, have a kind of purchase in our consciousness. Just look at how our culture portrays stepmothers...
Artists, and their fans, who hit out at mixed reviews misunderstand the value of critical ambivalence
David Willetts and Jennie Bristow / October 7, 2019
Is intergenerational inequality (partly) to blame for young people's misfortunes—or have the elderly become a scapegoat? David Willetts and Jennie Bristow go head-to-head
Cal Flyn / October 7, 2019
I had wanted isolation but when I found it, it had frightened me.
Bad people are not always at the mercy of their environments
Amelia Gentleman / October 7, 2019
The Windrush scandal was produced by the unforgiving grind of one department's official machine. As Brexit looms will EU nationals fall victim too?
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