Rebecca Liu / April 2, 2019
Figures like Elizabeth Holmes and "fake heiress" Anna Delvey do more than offer a good scam story—they open up a whole new way of thinking about young women's relationship to capital
People are saying that time has sped up—and that digital technology is to blame
What began as a war on terror is now the violence of the everyday—as the violent fantasies about Begum remind us
The Independent Group promises a break with ideology-led politics but that is simply not possible to achieve
Parsley, steamrollers and the letter "H": how dialect shibboleths reflect our differences—for better or worse
Darran Anderson / February 26, 2019
As the popularity of the recent New York Times dialect quiz reminds us, we're fascinated by what our speech says about who we are. But what happens when telling "us" from "them" becomes a dangerous...
Jonathan Rée / January 28, 2019
A new biography reveals Nietzsche to be a perfect gentleman—shy, attentive, and a little whimsical
The burnout, the slob, the daydreamer and the slacker—which could you be?
Mill's famous vision of freedom is compelling—but of its own time. Instead of focussing on the individual, we should seek freedom through our responsibilities to others
What our politicians have engaged in is a refusal to think