Articles by Andrew Brown
The unsparing eye of Calvin’s God is also that of the novelist coolly scrutinising creation
Stieg Larsson’s fiction replaces Sweden’s socialist dream with an individualist nightmare. Is this what has made him the country’s biggest literary phenomenon?
I went to Sweden in 1977 to live the modern socialist dream. But things did not turn out quite the way I—or the Social Democrats—would have wanted
Incurious and rambling, Richard Dawkins's diatribe against religion doesn't come close to explaining how faith has survived the assault of Darwinism
Google is worth billions because it delivers readers to advertisers better than any other media outlet—despite not always being the best search engine
When an evangelical Christian offered to start up an "academy" to replace a Doncaster comprehensive, teachers and parents revolted. But the government's academy revolution - state-funded schools run...
He was the greatest biologist of the 20th century yet, to the dismay of his many friends and admirers, he believed that only a radical programme of infanticide and eugenics could save the human race
It is more than 20 years since Edward O Wilson first presented sociobiology as a Darwinian meta-theory. His latest book still aims to reconcile culture and biology and is as over-ambitious as ever