Articles by Nicholas Humphrey
An appreciation of nature or art is regarded as a mark of refinement—but are there simpler biological reasons why we love beautiful things?
What does it mean to be human, and can a machine have a soul? In Genesis, a remarkable and entirely unexpected treatment of these ideas has arrived
Niall Ferguson's "punk Gibbon" account of the horrors of the 20th century is enjoyable—until his semi-educated foray into evolutionary psychology