Prospect has arrived on the internet, the first mainstream British political magazine to pitch its tent on the superhighway. And it's pretty, too. From now on you will be able to interrogate our...
Cioran is a Romanian genius, a philosopher who can turn extreme anguish into supreme elegance. But, as Duncan Fallowell finds out, no one seems to care
Yael Tamir, a professor of philosophy, looks at what our revulsion at clitoridectomy tells us about ourselves
Harold Pinter's plays still enjoy an aura of profundity. But, says Herb Greer, it is time the critics recognise them for what they really are-delicately crafted tosh
You never know when recognition will come. Last week, I was offered the deputy governorship of the American Biographical Institute, for the new low price of $995. The temptation was not Antonine, but...
The old chess matador meets a challenger who changes his life From "Three stones and a reflection" Translated by Julian Evans and Peter Howarth
AC Grayling surveys the essential literature from Bacon to Orwell
Thirteen million tourists visited London last year. The British Tourist Authority says that they were attracted by the city's stylish and lively image. Last month Roy Kerridge packed his plastic bag...
Jeremy Clarke watches his father die in a poorhouse among strangers