Jonathan Derbyshire / September 17, 2015
How the Catholic Church learned to love human rights
A C Grayling / September 17, 2015
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The discovery of a new human-like species raises questions about our origins
Jay Elwes / August 20, 2015
The Physicist and the Philosopher by Jimena Canales (Princeton, £24.95) Everyone has heard of Einstein, fewer know the name Henri Bergson. Yet in 1922, when they debated in Paris, Einstein was the...
The migrants heading to Britain bring with them a world of opportunity
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Julian Baggini / May 5, 2015
You might be swayed by the height of a politician as much as by the promises they make