Arts & Books
Does a liberal society require anything more from its citizens than respect for the law?
An indiscriminate attack on the cult of the primitive is redeemed by some disrespect for Isaiah Berlin
It is not only in Britain that public sector reform dominates politics. In France part of the elite is worried about the future of the state
A first class soap opera is restoring our faith in politics. But how far can it go?
Darwin's own family stimulated his interest in the continuity between human and animal behaviour, making him the first "evolutionary psychologist"
John Berger's attempt to explain why true art must come from the margins is a flawed but noble vision
The pharmaceutical arms race with microbes is unwinnable. We have to learn that successful diseases need us to survive