Democracy requires broad coalitions of interests among people who differ
Robert Neild / April 27, 2017
Through evolutionary selection we have inherited instincts to fear and hate—and also to cooperate within a group. The sooner we start admitting to this, the better
Roman Krznaric / April 27, 2017
The ancient Roman ideal has been hijacked
Zaheer Kazmi / April 11, 2017
Since 9/11, there has been a shift from catching terrorists to policing Muslims
Alex Dean / March 6, 2017
Most academic philosophy today "is not worth my effort"
No—they bypass the procedures designed to optimise decision-making
Neal Lawson / January 21, 2017
The Polish sociologist, who has died aged 91, was best known for his idea of "liquid modernity"
He strove never to make a choice between rigour and relevance
Rebecca Coulson / December 28, 2016
The UK's fertility watchdog has approved the procedure
Naomi Goulder / December 6, 2016
The Platonic approach or the Protagorean approach?